Coppa Ninfea Low - Paper clay ceramic vase
This is a unique piece
- Artist Paronetto Paola
- Category Ceramic vases
Creation year 2020
- Dimensions Ø 40 x H 9 cm
- Description Unique paper clay ceramic vase, each piece with its own distinct personality and handmade in her studio in Italy. Immediately recognizable as a Paola Paronetto, each piece offers nuance and exclusivity making them the perfect addition to any interior design project whether residential or commercial
One of the newest additions to the paper clay family is the CIRCO – LIMITED EDITION Collection. Juggling colors and shapes... without losing equilibrium, combining art and design with acrobatic skill. The new 2020 CIRCO Limited Edition collection is a masterful blend of opposites to enhance the features of Paper Clay. The already exclusive Paper Clay Collections are celebrated with these luxurious, numbered pieces, perfect for Art Lovers and Collectors. Each piece clearly numbered and signed by the artist herself, is exquisitely packaged with care and sent to its new owner accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 45 days
Signed with certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity
Regular price € 1.210
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Paola Paronetto was born in Pordenone in 1965. She began her ceramic training in Umbria and Tuscany, where she learned the main techniques of working with clay and developed her first connections with a world that immediately fascinated her.
After continuous personal research and experimentation with numerous ceramic techniques and materials, she focused on paper clay. In this way her "Cartocci" collection came to life, a rich series of sculptural objects made following lengthy and arduous procedures. Unique pieces, that are exhibited in the finest shops and galleries in Italy and worldwide.
She collaborates with architects and designers in the realization of leading interior design projects. The most prestigious magazines in the sector dedicate articles and interviews to her and her work has been published in a number of books on design and ceramics.