Piece made by hand by Dauphine Scalbert
Dauphine Scalbert learned the trade at the Beaux-Arts in Amiens, from the Thursday class for children, then apprenticed in La Borne, then in Saint Amand en Puisaye before leaving for Korea (the South of the country).
She stayed there for a long time, appreciating this ceramic with its simple shapes and sober decorations.
She likes to make pottery for everyday use on the wheel, uses white slip a lot for a certain peace of mind at the table, placing the slip gives her a satisfaction that satisfies a real sweet tooth.
MATERIALS : St Amand sandstone with a mixture of unsieved Puisaye sandstone sometimes (varies the color)
TECHNIQUE : Non-electric potter’s wheel
COOKING : Gas
EMAIL : From personal research, ash enamel
COLOR : Bright dark green
DIMENSIONS : Ø 8.5m, 8cm high, 160ml
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
Dishwasher: Yes, but be careful of shocks
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.