Large Luxury Cruise Collection Round Pottery

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Emaux de Longwy

Each piece produced by Emaux de Longwy is unique because it is decorated by hand in its French workshop.

This creation of Véronique Zunino for Emaux de Longwy is a revival of famous cruise boats, which crossed the Atlantic Ocean, from France to US!

It is limited to 50 copies.

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Known all over the world for its strong imprint in the ceramic industry, the Boch family started the Faiencerie de Longwy in an old convent back in 1798.

This work of art produced by the Faiencerie bears the traditional stamp and is carefully sent in its cabinet, with a certificate of origin.

Enamel cloisonne is a labor intensive process and requires a number of steps .

First, the black imprint of the design is applied on the bisque, then each different colored glaze is filled in by hand by a skilled craftsman.

It takes years to train decorators to this very precise craft.

The result is absolutely incredible!

 

You can order a dedication, which will be added in black near the buffer of the brand.

  • Color Map:Multi Coloured
  • Color:Multi Coloured
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Dish Diameter:13 3/8 inches (34 cm)
  • Guarantee:Authenticity of glazes made and decorated by hand in Longwy workshops.
  • Height:38 cm (14.96 inches)
  • KEY WORD A art pottery
  • KEY WORD Blongwy pottery
  • Manufacturing Location:Made in the city of Longwy, France
  • Material type:Earthenware
  • Packaging:Comes in an elegant branded presentation box
  • Size Map:Large
  • Size:Large
  • Style Name :French
  • Target Audience:Consumer Audience
  • Technique:Handcrafted in France
  • Brand : Emaux de Longwy
  • Emaux de Longwy : Since 1798 the French city of Longwy, in Lorraine is world famous for its faience. In 2006, Emaux de Longwy has been the first company receiving the prestigious label of French living heritage : EPV. Objets d'art from Longwy grace royal houses, museums and art galleries of the world. Since the cloisonne style began in 1872, Longwy has been known for its vivid designs in faience. Yet a new generation of designers and artists continue to modernize products using the latest vivid colors and classic black and white.

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