[LARGE PLATE (PLATTER)] PAULINE DELTOUR SAUCER (DARK BLUE) | 2016/ | IMARI-ARITA WARES

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Rounded saucer without hills (dark blue)

In order to have a unified design with the cup, the hills have been eliminated and the cups have a slightly thicker and rounder shape. A saucer with a glimpse of casual attention and high design.

The deep dark blue hue creates a calm atmosphere for adult tea time.

Information

Manufacturer 2016/ Pauline Deltour
Country of origin Saga Prefecture, Japan
Technique Imari-Arita Wares
Material Porcelain
Size φ5.91" H0.31"(φ15.0*H0.8cm)
Weight 0.46 lbs(210g)
Capacity 0 oz(ml)
Electronic Equipment Microwave oven : 〇, Dishwashing machine : 〇, Direct fire : X, IH : X, Oven : X
Note
Delivery Time 1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)

Designer

Arita ware which I conceived from a traditional Japanese bowl

Pauline Deltour

Colour samples of Pauline Deltour_Photography Anneke Hymmen

Characteristic

French designer Pauline Deltour took huge inspiration from the manufacturing techniques particular to Arita.

Using the ceramic feet that traditional Japanese drinking vessels have retained as a design motif, Deltour has created a distinct series that will not fail to leave an impression.

For her own collection, she learned about the typology of plates and cups in everyday use across Asia and Europe, as well as striving to find an appropriate balance in terms of shape, proportion, volume and way of handling.

She has made use of a fresh approach in coming up with a glaze colour that drew on the dark blue, brick and celadon colours found regularly in traditional Japanese ceramics.

Profile

Pauline Deltour lives and works in Paris where she previously studied applied art and design at the Olivier de Serres (ENSAAMA) and industrial design at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD).

Afterward Deltour worked as a designer and a project leader at Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design studio in Munich before opening her own practice.
Deltour has produced office equipment for Muji, cups and bags for discipline and sophisticated accessories for Puiforcat.

Graphic lines and formal shapes are frequent characteristics of Detour’s work although an inherent playfulness is also discernable.

Among her clients are: Alessi, Puiforcat, Discipline, Designerbox, Kvadrat, Japan Creative, Muji, LaCie and Lexon.

Deltour also frequently collaborates on various interior architecture projects for clients such as Balmain, Babolat and Ateliers de Paris.

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