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Limoges Porcelain Vase/ Cache-Pot / Jardiniere
Unique Creation from Laure SELIGNAC
Numbered ONE and signed
Height 11 inches (28 centimeters) Diameter (top) 9,5 inches (24,5 inches), bottom 3 inches (7 centimeters)
Gift Box Packaging
You will receive your Tigres d'Or Porcelain Unique Creation, within one to two weeks.
Ready for an adventure ? Take a journey through the Savannah with Laure SELIGNAC and meet the Golden Panthera Tigers. Wild and majestic, these creatures protect the desert and its herd. Easily recognizable with their black striped orange fur, the Panthera tigers are the largest wild cats and one of the greatest land carnivores. Formerly classified as cats, the tigers were transferred to the Panthera genus category further to British naturalist Richard Owen’s studies.
Admire the beauty of these Tigers delicately hand-painted on this Limoges Porcelain Vase. A Unique Creation numbered ONE, signed and Gold embossed.
Story of the creation:
Laure SELIGNAC and its artist create this unique porcelain for you. The goblet came to life over one year ago in the workshop. The pencil identified the lines and first drew a bird… But this goblet was too majestic for a bird. Either a tiger or a panther had to be worked on.
Panthera was revealed through the pencil, the color pigments brought it to life while Aude’s hand skillfully drew each line. Dozens of hours of work and several firings later, an extraordinary result was reached.
The technique of Embossed Gold was discovered by Jean Larat, founder of the company in 1919. He creates a process allowing to deposit Gold Embossed on porcelain. Today based on respect of tradition, we can explore unknown territory in a much quicker and more efficient way. Plus de détails
Hand-painted in Limoges, France Each Limoges Porcelain is Hand-Painted and is accented with 24 karat gold.
The Kaolin is discovered in 1768 near Limoges and the "porcelain of Limoges" is born! For hundred years, we continued to reinvent porcelain while exploring these unique materials that have transformed the small town of Limoges into an internationally recognized brand.