refers to the chrysalises of butterflies and their cocoons, while the white porcelain makes it possible to transcribe their translucency.

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Bowl "Chrysalide"

A hand-thrown porcelain bowl, matte on the outside and glazed on the inside, fired at 1280 °C in an electric kiln. The design of the "Chrysalide" bowl refers to the chrysalises of butterflies and their cocoons, while the white porcelain makes it possible to transcribe their translucency.

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Type: Bowl
Dimensions: 7 H x 15 Ø cm
Material: Porcelain
Date: 2021

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