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Naomi on May 23, 20223 out of 5 stars
It was a bit bigger and thinner than expected. They are very nice looking mugs, but not what I was looking for.
Emma on Sep 14, 20205 out of 5 stars
Absolutely gorgeous tea set. Valerie is a dream and worked with me in creating a custom tea set that I’ve been dreaming of ❤️ She was very responsive and so sweet throughout the entire process. I have been using my tea set almost every evening 💓 Would highly recommend this seller! Thank you again, Valerie! -Emma
Marina on Aug 5, 20205 out of 5 stars
Love this ceramic mug so much! It's perfect. Shipping was fast and was carefully packed. Thank you!!
Aline Deguire on Jan 6, 20225 out of 5 stars
great quality and quite fit the description Beautiful cup for a gift. The person was really happy. Excellent work of this ceramist. Well done.
The story behind Valérie Pelletier, ceramist
After taking a few sessions of ceramics courses in leisure, I took the plunge when I left my job and enrolled in Craft Technique at the Bonsecours Ceramics Centre to devote myself to learning ceramics full-time. During these three years, I was able to refine my technique and I was able to acquire skills in turning, shaping and molding.
As a result of my studies, in 2019, I created my company that is mainly dedicated to the creation of utilitarian ceramic art objects for tableware and decoration. All the pieces are entirely handmade, in a potter's wheel, in my workshop in Montreal.
My work evokes simplicity and sobriety and the choice of forms is part of a refined and minimalist aesthetic. I offer two complementary and timeless collections. One with a speckled beige sandstone and the other, with a dark sandstone. All pieces in both collections have pale blue enamel. This blue brings depth to the pieces and absorbs us with its brilliance and transparency. Thus, I wanted to create an interesting contrast between the natural side of the bare earth and the rather shiny enamel. Paying particular attention to the technique, I still want to keep track of the human, which recalls the artisanal work done by hand.
A native of Lac-Saint-Jean, I am inspired by my native region. With its pale blue and shiny enamel, my ceramic recalls the luminous sky reflecting on the lake, bordered by its vast banks of soft sand.
Finally, I want to touch people by transmitting to them, through my ceramics, the sensitivity and pleasure that the work of clay provokes in me.
After completing three years of studies at the Bonsecours Ceramics Center, I created, in 2019, my small company that is mainly dedicated to the creation of utilitarian ceramic art objects for tableware and decoration.
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All rooms are dishwasher safe.Warranty: Ceramic parts are not guaranteed. I cannot be held responsible for a breakage or accident.
- If you want to buy a large amount of items, you could get a discount. Contact me for more information.- For shop owners, it is possible to get my parts at wholesale price. Do not hesitate to contact me for any request.