Coffee cup Corinthe in white porcelain

€35
€35

The coffee cup Corinthe is handmade in white Limoges porcelain.

Production time for personalization : up to one month (excluding delivery)

Shipping within 5 to 7 working days
Material
To personalize
Place of manufacture
Precious metals
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This pattern inspired by Corinthian columns has spanned the centuries. It can be found on both an ancient cup seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as well as on everyday utensils. This great classic will perfectly harmonize with our entire collection.

Product Details

Enamel finish

Dishwasher, microwave, and traditional oven safe

Monogramm personalization:

A personalised emblem for a unique piece of tableware Personalise your piece of tableware with the initials of your choice from the models of the 18th century ornamentalist Jean-Henri Prosper Pouget. The monograms are made with a pen or brush for a delicate finish that makes your item unique.

*2 letters of your choice 1.5 cm (to be written in the order you wish)

** Production time: up to one month (excluding delivery)

Typography personalization:

Write a word or a name of your choice in pure gold for a timeless and personal piece (16 characters).

*Production time : 1 month (excluding delivery)

Product type :
Coffee cup
Collections :
Corinthe
Material :
Porcelain
Place of manufacture :
France
Made in :
Paris
Manufacture :
handmade
Diametre :
Measures :
To personalize :
Gold

Coffee cup Corinthe in white porcelain

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Coffee cup Corinthe in white porcelain

€35
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The designer

Strong in her ambitions, creative and patient, the aesthete Alix D. Reynis became a model maker, a latent passion for a craft to which she had previously been introduced. This professional change came after the birth of her fourth child, like a realisation for the self-taught law student. Alix devoted herself to sculpture for five years and returned to the notary's office. Meanwhile, by chance, she found a job as a construction manager. The creator then oscillates between two careers, one of the heart and the other of the mind.

In 2011, she took the plunge and created her eponymous brand. A way of shaking up the professional landscape she had been given and embracing a career that made sense, the legitimate joy of working with her hands.

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