Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket
Red Sandstone Ice Bucket

Red Sandstone Ice Bucket

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Hand-turned, enamel-coated stoneware ice bucket. Each is made by turning before being fired twice, at 980 then 1280°C.

They become unique during enameling: from one seal to another, the enamel is more or less present, it sometimes reveals more or less dark shades creating random and poetic patterns.

Available in several colours, we designed this seal for aperitifs with friends, but its use can be diverted in several ways, such as hanging in the kitchen to put thyme, bay leaf and other aromatic herbs, or even on your office or in your bathroom... Its pure line and its leather handle make it a contemporary and timeless object.

Also available in red sandstone, for even more variations.

Ø: 10 cm, h: 12 cm, height with handle +/-: 22 cm

Our collection of ceramics is made in Paris, just a few kilometers from our shop, by a talented young ceramist: Eve Schneider, who specializes in the wheel technique, which she practices in her studio. In addition to mastering this technique, Eve makes her own enamels.

We had a real crush on this ceramist, it was obvious for us to collaborate with her and bring this collection to life. Above all, we share the same vision as her, to quote her: " Sensitive to the aesthetics of small things, I have always felt the need to surround myself with objects and nourished an intense fascination for knowledge. -to make craftsmen. These people had, in my eyes, a great power in their hands: that of giving life to unique objects, which, carefully chosen, would come to constitute the background of our moments to live, soaking up moments and remembering them. Thanks to the practice of ceramics, I have integrated and fully understood that the history of these objects begins long before they meet their buyer."