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3.800,00 incl.VAT

Floor lamp in glazed stoneware at high temperature and its lampshade in old linen canvas. In his workshop in the Jura, Pierre Casenove creates unique, raw and fascinating pieces, which reveal the beauty of imperfection, simplicity and nature.

Length : 17.72 in / 45 cm

Height : 61.42 in / 156 cm

Width : 17.72 in / 45 cm

Weigth : 55.12 lb / 25 kg

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Category : Floor lamps, Sculptures

Artist : Pierre Casenove

Materials: Enamelled sandstone base, lampshade in old linen canvas

Manufacture: The firing of sandstone at high temperature is composed of two successive firings. First of all, the cooking of raw earth; when it is perfectly dry because the slightest humidity can burst the ceramic, in the electric oven at 980 ° c for 8 hours. This cooking makes it possible to chase away the air and tighten the grain, without totally solidifying the earth because it remains porous to allow the enamel to be applied. The enamel is baked in the electric oven, in an oxidizing atmosphere, at 1280 ° C for about 12 hours. Enamels adapted to this temperature are specific. It will be possible to open the oven below 200 ° C after a slow cooling of several hours, so as not to risk the breakage of the part

Size: Foot L 27 x D 18 x H 127 cm (lampshade Ø. 45 cm)

Inspiration: Pierre Casenove creates pieces of rare authenticity and remarkable simplicity, which fit perfectly into the Japanese concept of Wabi-sabi

Edition: Unique piece

Guarantee: Signature of the artist

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Pierre Casenove is a French ceramist and designer born in 1943. He studied at the Beaux-Arts, and built his first oven at the age of 20. Since 1994, he has been artistic director of the Jars Céramique company, before setting up his own workshop in 2012. Convinced that art is a mirror of the soul, his ceramics are imbued with his philosophy which links the human and the object. Remarkably simple, Pierre Casenove thus delivers pieces of authenticity that have become rare in the creation of our time.