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Point du Jour II (Dawn II)- Nesting dishes

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Point du Jour II (Dawn II)- Nesting dishes

Atelier Buffile
By Stéphane Parmentier
For Créations Dragonfly

Dimensions

Limited edition

5 pieces

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3000 €

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The Craftsman

Atelier Buffile

Based in Aix-en-Provence since 1945, Atelier Buffile is a family-operated business run by Vincent, Monique and their son Romain. A family which, over three generations, has blended tradition and art, the functional and the exceptional, beauty and everyday life.
Known for the very fine quality of its tableware, the workshop is also renowned for its collaborations with painters and artists.
There is a sunny gayness in the pieces produced by Atelier Buffile, a pleasure in producing that one experiences at the sight and the touch of the objects.

The Object

The two go hand in hand and yet each can live its life. Such is the charm of this duo of dishes that complement one another without ever missing the other.
Each dot that adorns these nesting dishes is of one of the colours of dawn as it watches its reflection in the gaze of the dusk. From pink to blue, from ochre to violet and naturally the seldom-seen green flash of summer evenings.

Care instructions

The surface of your ceramic objects may be cleaned using a soft brush soaked in soapy water, before being rinsed in clear water.
Metal sponges and other abrasive products are not adapted and may result in loss of shine or damage to the enamel.