Sale price280 €
french designerhandcrafted

The Pear Basket
Solenne Belloir

french designerhandcrafted
Sale price280 €
french designerhandcrafted

This exquisite piece is a ceramic basket, meticulously handmade in Paris. With its versatile nature, it can effortlessly serve as a functional fruit basket or a captivating sculpture, alluringly blurring the boundaries between art and utility. The glossy off-white finish further enhances its elegant charm, making it a stunning addition to any home decor.

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Solenne Belloir is a ceramic artist with a sensitive universe who designs objects that play with their primary function. Her works, oscillating between sculpture and design, have soft and sensual forms whose beauty questions the link between essence and appearance, colour and allure, structure and purpose. They do not call for a single use, but rather a dialogue with interiors, the possibility of perpetual reinvention. Thus the vases let the flowers dance around them, while the curves of her baskets invite to empty them as much as to fill them. Her own way of reconciling nature with emptiness, while preserving its characteristic beauty and liveliness.
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Height: 27 cm Diameter max: 21 cm

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Height: 27 cm Diameter max: 21 cm

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Return & Exchanges window
14 Days

About

Solenne Belloir is a ceramic artist with a sensitive universe who designs objects that play with their primary function. Her works, oscillating between sculpture and design, have soft and sensual forms whose beauty questions the link between essence and appearance, colour and allure, structure and purpose. They do not call for a single use, but rather a dialogue with interiors, the possibility of perpetual reinvention. Thus the vases let the flowers dance around them, while the curves of her baskets invite to empty them as much as to fill them. Her own way of reconciling nature with emptiness, while preserving its characteristic beauty and liveliness.

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