From light grey to khaki, from taupe to pure white, the shades of colour blend harmoniously in the creations of Quebec ceramist Catherine Valois.
Cup from CAVAL | BrumeQuebec Ceramist Collection
The ceramist Catherine Valois presents us with this delicate micro-series she calls Brume (Fog).
Each piece has a misty quality in the glaze overlay, creating elusive effects in the colour that change with the angle of the light.
Approaching the delicate nuances of the cup, you will also notice its luminous and slightly crackled finish.
Each cup is uniquely crafted, with colours and capacity which vary from one to another. Beautiful artisanal work.
Diameter: 8.25 cm
Height: 4.75 cm
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