"Brodeuse de terre" by Valérie Casado

"Brodeuse de terre" by Valérie Casado This may look cute, but it is not. For the filigree filigree (thanks, Annke) Sheets and forms are not from a Parisian pastry shop, but from Valérie Casado. My friend Vivi has already raved me of this magical harness. And Schnauzer from Gwinner finds wonderful words and pictures on the site https://craft2eu.com/to bring us the most beautiful crockery of all:

As if the fragile, with fanciful lace patterns covered pots in icing dipped : Valérie Casado finds an astonishing balance between tradition and modernity, textile sophistication and appetite for stimulating delicacies.

"Brodeuse de terre" by Valérie Casado

"Brodeuse de terre" by Valérie Casado

Two times over 10 hours, the printed plates, plates, bowls, bowls, cups at 1000 ° C degrees in the oven. The final, enamel-like white glaze makes the fragile shards a valuable, durable ceramic. A long and careful procedure lies behind the fine earthenware before they are ready to absorb culinary delights. They add an almost fairytale touch to a festive table and highlight special dishes as distinctive individual pieces.

"Brodeuse de terre" by Valérie Casado

"Brodeuse de terre" by Valérie Casado

Valérie Casado is a wholehearted ceramist, following her intuition by letting her hands speak, which she understands to be an extension of the earth. The earth that has always shaped her life, in the cultivation of her garden and the harvest of fruits. One day she decided to take ceramic lessons in the cultural center of Pernes-Les-Fontaines and the future artist realized very quickly that her life would now change drastically. That was only in 2003 and today she sends her creations to Paris, Madrid, London, New York, Tokyo - and Hamburg.

Text & Photos copyright Schnuppe by Gwinner/craft2eu