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Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Maria Jeglinska, 14 x 10 ft.
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
Trame is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen Trame brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool

Nelo, Blue and Green Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries Nelo is part of the Candleholders series designed by Sophie Dries for the second collection of TRAME “Onda Calabra”. Nelo originates from a...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Maria Jeglinska, 14 ft. x 10 ft.
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
The Entwine collection of blankets and rugs by Maria Jeglinska shows a more random application of colors and lines, the poetic of the grid is still there but the design is moving tow...
Category

2010s Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool

Traditional, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
Ditto potters with Antonio Bonamico. The ceramic masks of Seminara are ostentatious and grotesque, with deliberately frightening features to scare away ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

Minelo, Blue Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries Minelo is a candleholder designed by Sophie Dries and crafted by the skilful artisans of Seminara, in the southern Italian region of Calabr...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Lemni Trio, Blue Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Lemni Trio Candlerholder collection by Sophie Dries Details: Dimension: H 4 x W 16 x D 16 cm Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% handmade in Italy ...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Nelo, Green Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Nelo - green Candlerholder collection by Sophie Dries Details: Dimension: H 21 x W 22 x D 6 cm Material: 100% mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% handmade in Italy ...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Lemni Duo, Green Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries LEMNI, named from the latin word lemniscus, which means ribbon, is a candle holder inspired to the infinite möbius sign. LEMNI is designed...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Lemni Trio, Green Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Lemni Trio Candlerholder collection by Sophie Dries Details: Dimension: H 4 x W 16 x D 16 cm Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% handmade in Italy ...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Nelo, Blue Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries NELO is part of the Candleholders series designed by Sophie Dries for the second collection of TRAME “Onda Calabra”. Nelo originates from a...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Lemni Duo, Blue and Green Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries LEMNI, named from the latin word lemniscus, which means ribbon, is a candle holder inspired to the infinite möbius sign. LEMNI is designed...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Minelo, Green Candle Holder, Sophie Dries
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries MINELO is a candleholder designed by Sophie Dries and crafted by the skilful artisans of Seminara, in the southern Italian region of Calabr...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Lemni Trio, Blue and Green Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries LEMNI, named from the latin word lemniscus, which means ribbon, is a candle holder inspired to the infinite möbius sign. LEMNI is designed...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

Minelo, Blue and Green Dripping Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
Minelo - blue and green dripping Candlerholder collection by Sophie Dries Details: Dimension: H 15 x W 19 x D 6 cm Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 1...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

TA RA TA TA, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
The apotropaic (warding off evil) mask from Seminara can be distinguished by its horns, wide eyes, mustache, and screaming mouth with its tongue sticking out. The masks are finished in enormous wood fired kilns, which adds an uncontrollable twist to the features and colors rendered by the artisan’s hands—the final touch in their fierce and imperfect beauty. The demonic aspect of this mask is manifested in order to be expelled, bringing serenity to the owner and ridding the home of negative energy. Giovanni De Francesco takes an idiosyncratic approach to the traditional mask, aiming not for verisimilitude but for a rough impression of the volumes of the face. Using sculptural gestures to shape the clay, he accentuates the fundamental geometry and makes the shapes more grotesque. Incense can also be placed within TA RA TA TA’s ceramic jaws for ritual burning. This function alludes to a specific variation of the typical mask in in the form of a chimneypot: with smoke pouring out of its mouth and eyes, the mask would appear much more ferocious—and thus even more powerful. Details: - Dimension: approximately 32 H x 25 W x 10 D cm - Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay - Technique: 100% handmade in Italy - Each handcrafted TA RA TA TA Seminara mask is unique. Picture on an indicative basis. - 14-days return policy - In stock Giovanni De Francesco (Bergamo 1976), lives and works between Milan and Paris. He is a visual artist dedicated to sculptural installations through the use of plastic materials, photography, video, painting and sound. Since 1997 he has taken part in many personal exhibits as well as collective ones. He an artistic consultant at the Luisa delle Piane gallery in Milan and is a founding member of the Monstera theatre company. He occasionally collaborates with Andre Branzi...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen TRAME brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

100 FEARS, Seminara Ceramic Mask
By Objects of Common Interest
Located in Paris, FR
The traditional masks of the Calabrian town of Seminara are intended to chase away evil from the home, dispel fears and gossip with their exaggerated and grotesque features. The mask...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

Cariddi, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
In Greek mythology, the name CARIDDI (Charybdis in English) belonged to a monster that lived in the sea between Calabria and Sicily and destroyed ships by swallowing them up and spitting them back out, generating dangerous whirlpools in the water. This myth is reinterpreted in the form of a mask, which inverts the traditional convex surface to create a concave volume inspired by the underwater world. The mask invites the gaze into the blue depths of its smooth interior, where an uncanny protrusion emerges in the shape of a nose, a signature motif in Giovanni De Francesco’s artistic production. Each nose-island is different from the others; every mask has a unique beauty accentuated by imperfections, smudges, and uncontrollable colors, invoking the unpredictability of fear. This perception overturns the ferocious symbolism of the legendary monster, rewriting CARIDDI as a welcoming narrative. The artist’s explorations of fear, danger, and the unknown become particularly poignant when placed in the recent historical context of Calabria and the Mediterranean Sea. In the exceptional conditions of the present moment, when hundreds of millions of people are spending more time at home than ever before in living memory, the homeware brand TRAME wants to share the inspiring and supportive influences of these Mediterranean ritual objects with the entire world. The masks, whether the traditional forms or the contemporary design interpretations, reveal a sense of both timelessness and contemporaneity in their aspirational evocation of a social life with more serenity and less fear. Details: - Dimension: approximately 28 H x 22 W x 8 D cm - Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay - Technique: 100% handmade in Italy - Each handcrafted CARIDDI Seminara mask is unique. Picture on an indicative basis. - 14-days return policy - In stock Giovanni De Francesco (Bergamo 1976), lives and works between Milan and Paris. He is a visual artist dedicated to sculptural installations through the use of plastic materials, photography, video, painting and sound. Since 1997 he has taken part in many personal exhibits as well as collective ones. He an artistic consultant at the Luisa delle Piane gallery in Milan and is a founding member of the Monstera theatre company. He occasionally collaborates with Andre Branzi...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

Lemni Duo, Blue Candle Holder
By Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
LEMNI DUO Candleholder collection by Sophie Dries Details: Dimension: H 4 x W 20 x D 13 cm Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% handmade in Italy ...
Category

2010s Italian Candlesticks

Materials

Terracotta

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 6 Dark Beige Ceramics Bowls
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 6 Beige Ceramics Bowls
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 5 Terracotta Ceramic Plates
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Terracotta, Ceramic

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 6 Terracotta Ceramics Bowls
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 5 Dark Beige Ceramic Plates
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Maria Jeglinska
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
Trame is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen Trame brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Julie Richoz
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen TRAME brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter, and her imagined connection to Moroccan culture. The collection arises from the encounter of the designers Maddalena Casadei (IT), Maria Jeglinska (PO) and Julie Richoz (FR) with exceptional Moroccan ceramics...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 6 Beige Ceramics Dessert Plates
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 6 Dark Beige Ceramics Starter Plates
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Terracotta

GIRO, Julie Richoz, Set of 6 Lilac Ceramics Dining Plates
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
In GIRO ceramics by Julie Richoz the mathematical ratio of the grid is reflected into the creation of a new enchanting equilibrium: the series arises from the charming declination of...
Category

2010s Dinner Plates

Materials

Terracotta, Ceramic

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Maria Jeglinska
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
The Entwine collection of blankets and rugs by Maria Jeglinska shows a more random application of colors and lines, the poetic of the grid is still there but the design is moving tow...
Category

2010s Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen TRAME brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

Contemporary Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool by Julie Richoz
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen TRAME brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

Moroccan Hand-Knotted Wool Rug by Maddalena Casadei
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen TRAME brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

MISTO, Seminara Ceramic Mask, Green, Sophie Dries
Located in Paris, FR
MISTO invites itself into your interior to ward off spells, evil spirits and evil influences. Sophie Dries reinvents the traditional Calabrian mask with her contemporary graphic li...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

Misto, Seminara Ceramic Mask, Blue
Located in Paris, FR
MISTO invites itself into your interior to ward off spells, evil spirits and evil influences. Sophie Dries reinvents the traditional Calabrian mask with her contemporary graphic li...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

MISTO, Seminara Ceramic Mask
Located in Paris, FR
MISTO invites itself into your interior to ward off spells, evil spirits and evil influences. Sophie Dries reinvents the traditional Calabrian mask with her contemporary graphic li...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Masks

Materials

Ceramic

Entwine by Maria Jeglinska, Petit Saladier, Blue
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
In Entwine ceramics by Maria Jeglinska the lines are at once timeless and relevant, creating and appreciating a sense of beauty through harmony and proportion. Details: Blue Width 19 cm 7.5 in. Height 11 cm 4.3 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze Carefully hand wash The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska graduated from ECAL’s industrial design course in 2007 and was awarded a scholarship from the IKEA foundation that led her to work for Galerie Kreo in Paris, Konstantin Grcic in Munich and Alexander Taylor...
Category

2010s Moroccan Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Maria Jeglinska
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
The Entwine collection of blankets and rugs by Maria Jeglinska shows a more random application of colors and lines, the poetic of the grid is still there but the design is moving tow...
Category

2010s Moroccan and North African Rugs

Materials

Wool

Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool Rug by Julie Richoz, 10x14ft
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

ENTWINE by Maria Jeglinska, Petit Saladie
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
In ENTWINE ceramics by Maria Jeglinska the lines are at once timeless and relevant, creating and appreciating a sense of beauty through harmony and proportion. Details: Width 19 cm 7.5 in. Height 11 cm 4.3 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze Carefully hand wash The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska graduated from ECAL’s industrial design course in 2007 and was awarded a scholarship from the IKEA foundation that led her to work for Galerie Kreo in Paris, Konstantin Grcic in Munich and Alexander Taylor...
Category

2010s Moroccan Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Moroccan Hand-Knotted Wool Rug by Maddalena Casadei, 10x14ft
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a cross-cultural journey and celebrates the exceptional know-how of Mediterranean craftsmen. By introducing contemporary designers to traditional craftsmen TRAME brings a fresh point of view to those who have spent generations refining artisan techniques and provides economic benefits for local communities, while helping to conserve our common cultural heritage. The first collection, “A voyage to Meknes”, is freely inspired by the story of Madame de Blois, King Louis XIV’s favorite daughter...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

Entwine, Set of 4 Ceramic Saladiers Et Bols by Maria Jeglinska
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
In entwine ceramics by Maria Jeglinska the lines are at once timeless and relevant, creating and appreciating a sense of beauty through harmony and proportion. Details: Measures: Width from 13-38 cm 5.1-15 in. Height 8-21 cm 3.1-8.3 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze Carefully hand wash The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska graduated from ECAL’s Industrial Design course in 2007 and was awarded a scholarship from the Ikea foundation that led her to work for Galerie Kreo in Paris, Konstantin Grcic in Munich and Alexander Taylor...
Category

2010s Moroccan Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Contemporary Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool by Julie Richoz, 10 x 14 ft
By Julie Richoz
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

ENTWINE by Maria Jeglinska, Bol
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
In ENTWINE ceramics by Maria Jeglinska the lines are at once timeless and relevant, creating and appreciating a sense of beauty through harmony and proportion. Details: Width: 13 cm 5.1 in. Height: 8 cm 3.1 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze Carefully hand wash The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska graduated from ECAL’s industrial design course in 2007 and was awarded a scholarship from the IKEA foundation that led her to work for Galerie Kreo in Paris, Konstantin Grcic in Munich and Alexander Taylor...
Category

2010s Moroccan Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Entwine by Maria Jeglinska, Saladier
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
In entwine ceramics by Maria Jeglinska the lines are at once timeless and relevant, creating and appreciating a sense of beauty through harmony and proportion. Details: Measures: Width 38 cm, 15 in. Height 21 cm, 8.3 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze Carefully hand wash 2 weeks lead time for production The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska graduated from ECAL’s Industrial Design course in 2007 and was awarded a scholarship from the Ikea foundation that led her to work for Galerie Kreo in Paris, Konstantin Grcic in Munich and Alexander Taylor...
Category

2010s Moroccan Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Contemporary Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool by Julie Richoz, 10 x 14 ft
Located in Paris, FR
TRAME is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

ENTWINE by Maria Jeglinska, Grand Saladier
By Maria Jeglinska
Located in Paris, FR
In ENTWINE ceramics by Maria Jeglinska the lines are at once timeless and relevant, creating and appreciating a sense of beauty through harmony and proportion. Details: Width 38 cm 15 in. Height 21 cm 8.3 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean terracotta clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze Carefully hand wash The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item Maria Jeglinska-Adamczewska graduated from ECAL’s industrial design course in 2007 and was awarded a scholarship from the IKEA foundation that led her to work for Galerie Kreo in Paris, Konstantin Grcic in Munich and Alexander Taylor...
Category

2010s Moroccan Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Contemporary Moroccan Hand Knotted Wool by Julie Richoz, 10 x 14 ft
Located in Paris, FR
Trame is a homeware brand that explores new domestic landscapes across the Mediterranean. Each collection of homeware and accessories is inspired by a historical episode, reflects a ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Moroccan Modern Moroccan and North African...

Materials

Wool

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