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Héléna by Marie Michielssen 

The five new vases in dark brown, almost black stoneware are Marie Michielssen’s first steps as a ceramist. Anyone who follows her work will know that Marie likes to work with her hands. Earlier, she said that modelling with plaster and paper-mâché was like a form of meditation for her because of the repetitive nature of the actions. Therefore, the step towards ceramics was not so big.

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Unique simplicity

 

The simple cylinders are irregularly shaped, the hallmark of artisanship. Thanks to their unique character, they are decorative with or without flowers.

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Marie tealights by Marie Michielssen

Marie tealights

Novecento interior by Ontwerpduo

Novecento interior
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