Stoneware piece made by hand in the workshop of Cindy Liao Rasamoelina.
Cindy Liao Rasamoelina was born in Madagascar and works in Paris.
Trained in fashion design and then in model making, she discovered ceramics by scrutinizing restaurant plates more closely.
Then began an apprenticeship at the Tabouret in Montreuil with Valentine Gouget.
She shapes objects by modeling in the ARC workshop (Pré-Saint-Gervais)
Its forms draw on its Malagasy and Chinese origins, while leaving at each stage a part of contingency to the object.
This piece can be used for serving sake as well as a small container for sauce, jam, salt...
MATERIALS : Chamotte white sandstone (origin Spain)
TECHNIQUE : Fully pinched modeling
ENAMEL : Transparent satin finish and matte navy blue patterns inside and on the lip of the glass
COLOUR : Matte white, matte navy blue patterns
DIMENSIONS : Ø 6cm, height 4cm
USES AND MAINTENANCE:
NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness. The patterns are applied randomly, so each piece is unique