This archive shows you the previous sold out collections. Each piece is one of a kind. Pieces made in Munich / Germany
2nd COLLECTION / ESPRESSO CUP / 19 same shaped cups with 7 differents glazing
Ø 55 mm / Length with handle: 80 mm / Height: 40 mm / Volume: 50 ML
ESPRESSO CUP #1 BIS - #4
I love this glaze called Savanna. It has like sand in it that make the cup sparkled. The specificity of this glaze combined with this clay is that she runs down and created like a crown with colors going from brown to blue.
ESPRESSO CUP #5 - #8
A deep blue glaze called Rainforest for a simple and elegant espresso cup.
The color is so deep that sometimes it is an ultramarine blue and with bright sun it can be more green on the edge.
ESPRESSO CUP #9 - #12
Who will not like this simple but elegant light blue cup? I love its obviousness.
ESPRESSO CUP #13 #18 - #20
This glaze is a rough one! The color first in really deep and dropped a LOT. That created some damages. During firing the glaze stuck to the shelf and then when I removed the cup of course the glaze broke.
The Aventurin glaze is just unpredictable. I did not except this drops... a strange surprise but so improbable that I love it. It is the only cup that stay more or less entire after the kiln. The glaze dropped way too much and destroyed the bottom of the other cups.
ESPRESSO CUP #14
An espresso cup without handle. Why not? The glaze is a nice green-blue called Maui that create nice small drops. I did only one cup with this color.
ESPRESSO CUP #16
No handle but a bright color! I love this red and how it dropped slowly. It is intense and catch the eye. The glazed is called Red Tomato.
ESPRESSO CUP #18
This one was a test that came out better than I could have imagine. I glazed the inside of this cup without handle in white. The outise ans the edge with a Vesuv glaze. The blend of the two colors is crazy and beautiful like when ink meets water.
ESPRESSO CUP #1
I have two #1... Why? I don't know how it happens but at least the glaze are different. So the first #1 is a light blue with unbelievable drops. They are so voluminous that it became funny.
1st COLLECTION / THE CUP / 42 same shaped cups with 42 differents glazing
Ø 00 mm / Height: 00 mm / Volume: 00 ML
This ceramic cup is glazed with an Aventurin which changes from dark green to light brown. The glaze dropped irregularly and that was a likely surprise.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Savanna which has a sanded visual effect. It dropped sometime to a strange light blue/white which sparkles a lot.
This ceramic cup is glazes with a Pyrit.The surface is mainly brown with sometimes green/white clouds. The inside is light blue. It is the result of a too thick glaze surface.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Rainforest Blue. It has the color of the ocean on a rainy but beautiful day, deep and mysterious.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Cristal Blue/Beige. The color is a dark green, quite deep and irregular.
This ceramic cup is glazed with an Aventurin which changes from dark green to light brown. The surface is so deep that you can loose ourself inside!
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Cristal Green for the background and Dark Blue for the dots. They nicely dropped to create a pattern that I could have never imagine.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Java and some Dark Blue lines. The Java glazed has some nice little golden points.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Light Blue and Black dots. The dots reacted like paint on water, they expanded.
This ceramic cup is glazed with an Atoll for low temperature firing. The dots completely dribbled to create irregular lines.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Solar Orange. It becomes dark blue outside after the kiln. The inside in a deep orange.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Java and a Dark Blue for the line. You can see all my brush strokes on this line, it is this imperfection that makes the cup nice.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Light Blue ans some large Dark Blue vertical lines. They dribbles sometimes.
Unfortunately this cup broke in my hands during the glazing... Sad to not have this number but mistake happens and we learn from them.
This ceramic cup is glazed with an Orange/Yellow. The surface is perfectly smooth and shiny. The cup is chipped but I don't want to take it out of the collection. The price was reduced because of this defect.
This ceramic cup is glazed with Yellow/Brown and a Transparent. The dots appears during firing. They are like Banana or Giraffe dots.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Solar Red that completely failed! Because I did not let the cup long enough inside the glaze, she did not attach the surface... The cup looks burned and even if it was a unlikely surprise I like its wildness.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Yellow/Brown. The dots create an irregular pattern on the surface, almost animal.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Red Tomato and a Transparent. The red is intense and bring energy into a room.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Vesuv. This glaze is pink/orange and dropped to sanded colors.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Vesuv. The glaze dropped to create an irregular colored surface. The inside is even wilder with sparkles.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Solar Red. The glaze did not attached the surface like I wanted. The result is wild and looks like I burned the cup. Some will find it ugly, some other crazy.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Solar Yellow and an Aventurin for the top. The contrast is quite strong between these two colors. The yellow is shiny and calm, the Aventurin, deep and dangerous.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Java. The glaze dropped sometimes and has some nice golden dots.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Lemon White and a Black. This was an experiment and sometime the drops went wild and looks like small monsters!
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Lemon white and some small Java drops swinging from light blue to dark beige.
This ceramic cup is glazed with an Aquarius and some White drops. The Aquarius glaze dribbled so much that the white drops just disappeared! The result is quite surprising and wild.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Red Tomato inside and a Brown Pyrit outside. Because I am a debutant at glazing, I waited too long to do the outside after the inside... The two glazes blended together for the best or the worth depending if you like it or not. I do like it because of its strange surface and indefinable colors.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Green Melon. You can see some sand points on the surface. The cup got a kind of sparkle because of it.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Shino. The color changes from orange/brown to beige. This cup looks like a windswept desert.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Pyrit Brown, it is a warm color. You can see some smudges on the unglazed surface. I tried to clean up some mess and than what stayed.
This ceramic cup is glazed with an Ultramarine, a deep shiny blue without asperities.
This ceramic cup is glazed with a Rainforest Blue. To drink tea on a Sunday when it is raining outside.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with a Transparent. The surface is half smooth and shiny and half rough and mat. Two aspects for this simple cup.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with a Lemon White. Its asymmetric glazing make it dynamic by staying elegant.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with a Green Seladon. The surface is slightly green where the clay has asperities.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with a Savanna. The effect is quite surprising. It adds like glitter on the surface and making it shiny and deeper.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with an Aquarius. The surface is really wild, with volumes and bubbles. I call it "The Toad" because of its rough surface. Definitely one of my favorite result because so unexpected and almost impossible to reproduce.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with an Aquarius. This cup is the little brother on the Super Bowl #38 alias "The Toad". Wild surface with a lot of asperities and bubbles. Some will see defects, I see fascination.
This ceramic cup is made with a brown clay and glazed with a shiny Lemon White. The result is subtle and so nice. It is a peaceful cup to drink coffee with serenity.
This ceramic cup is made with a grey clay and glazed partly with a Green Seladon and with an Outremer. It is a simple cup with a nice surface roughness.
This ceramic cup is made with a grey clay and glazed outside Transparent and inside Outremer. The clay has more asperities than the white or the brown one, that makes the surface rougher and the difference between the glazed part ans the naked one stronger. The cup has a wild drop that makes all its originality.
This cup is not numbered. It was a smaller version of the cup. The mix between the Green Forest glaze and the sandy clay created a new color.
This cup is not numbered. It was a smaller version of the cup. I scratched the glazed surface to see how it will look after firing. I liked the result but did not repeat this action on this collection... Maybe later.
This cup is not numbered. It was a test. The cup is really asymmetric because I am still not good at centering the clay before starting to throw...
This cup is not numbered. It was a test for a simpler shape without little step. I like its simplicity.
This cup is not numbered. It was a test. The result is so special I decided to add it to the collection as a special guest. The glazed is a Seladon on a sandy clay. I wish to use this clay more often in the future.
This cup is not numbered. It was a test for the final shape. The color changing is fabulous.
This cup is not numbered. It was a test for the final shape. The proportions are really closed to the final version. The brown glaze is really deep.
This cup is not numbered. It was a test for the final shape. The glazed is a Seladon. This cup is really simple but so nice.
This cup is not numbered. It was a test for the brown clay. I glazed it just to see with an Orange/Yellow. The mixed of color makes it valuable.
This cup is not numbered. It has a test to see how the cup retracts after the kiln. Because I am a beginner at throwing, the shape is irregular. The glaze is transparent inside and brown outside. The outside offers nice variations of colors.