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"INTO EACH OTHER", Vase 2 by Maddalena Casadei

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In INTO EACH OTHER ceramics by Maddalena Casadei the glossy interconnection between two colored surfaces refers to the value of new cross-cultural exchanges. Details: Color: Yellow and beige Measures: Height 30 cm 12 in. Width 12 cm 4.8 in. Material: 100% Mediterranean white clay Technique: 100% hand thrown in Morocco Certified food safe glaze The handcrafted product may have slight imperfections inherent in handmade ceramics that do not affect the strength or usability of the item.

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- Colors: Yellow and Beige or Blue and Brick

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TRAME PARIS

TRAME is a new 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. TRAME believes in encounters and co-creation. 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 and textile craftsmen.
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