Soliflora for minimalist floral composition.
This soliflora is unique. It’s shaped by hand on the potter’s wheel, sculpted to form the facets, and then modeled to add decorations. It’s made of porcelain, glazed in white and fired at high temperature. The facets can be extremely thin and translucent. The result is a game of light, shade and transparency.
Free from decoration, the surfaces are no less pictorial. Depending on where the light comes from, the facets reveal shades of white. The play of light and shadow is both vertical and horizontal with the ripple caused by the passage of the faceting tool.
Apart from the visual appearance of this bottle, its surface is pleasant to the touch. You can feel the traces of the manufacture by hand, the marks of the tools and the silky enamel that makes you think of the texture of the skin.
Thanks to the composition of the enamel and the great hardness of the porcelain, this ceramic material is completely waterproof and non-porous.