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950,00 incl.VATVAT on margin included according to article 297-A of the French General Tax Code

Mithé Espelt’s hand mirror made in the 60s, model “Camellia” in embossed and enamelled polychrome earth.

Length : 6.3 in / 16 cm

Height : 11.02 in / 28 cm

Width : 0.79 in / 2 cm

Weigth : 2.2 lb / 1 kg

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Categories: Twentieth Century Design, Mirrors

Year of publication: 1965

Origin: France

Materials: Mirror composed of a polychrome embossed and enamelled earthen structure

State: In very good condition, a slight oxidation is visible on the mirror.

Mithé Espelt (1923-2020): Mithé Espelt, a French ceramist known for her unique and complex sculptural pieces, was passionate about firing techniques, especially raku, and taught ceramics for many years. She has won several prestigious awards for her artistic achievements, including the Grand Prix National de la Céramique in 1991. Espelt, who passed away in 2020, left an important artistic legacy, with her works exhibited in numerous museums in France and abroad.

Documentation: Mithé Espelt (1923-2020) » Le Luxe discret du quotidien » Antoine Candau, Ed: Odyssée, a variant of the Anémone 2 model reproduced on page 149.



Emmanuelle Vidal is an antique dealer in Toulouse, specializing in design from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Guariche, Le Corbusier, Ico Parisi, Pierre Paulin, Charles Eames… Tirelessly hunting down the creations of the masters of the 20th century, she then exhibited in various salons in Paris, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Antibes, Saint-Tropez and opened her gallery in 1997 in Toulouse. A unique place that is quickly becoming a landmark for collectors and enthusiasts looking for iconic pieces.