Poterie Barbotine Ceramics

Ceramic tableware handmade in Aubagne, southern France by artisans at Poterie Barbotine. Hand-thrown from earthenware, each piece is finished with a marbled slip pattern that varies from piece to piece, making each unique.
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Poterie Barbotine Marbled Dish

AUD 110.00
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Size: One Size

Marbled dish handmade in Aubagne, southern France by artisans at Poterie Barbotine. Inspired by classic Provencal ceramics, it is moulded from locally sourced clay and features a lipped rim. It is then finished with a marbled slip pattern that varies from piece to piece.

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Earthenware. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Made in France.
Each ceramic piece has been thrown or pressed and glazed by hand. Due to the handmade nature, there may be pleasing variations and irregularities in colour, size and shape.
Approx. D 25cm x H 6.5cm.

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Preserving Provençal Craft at Poterie Barbotine

“In Provence, pottery is a part of our decor and environment,” says Nadège Arniaud, co-owner of Poterie Barbotine. “But it’s not only an object. It is a reminder of the past.”

Based in a workshop in Aubagne, the epicentre of Provençal pottery-making since the 18th century, Nadège and her team of dedicated artisans create hand-thrown clay vessels inspired by traditional ceramics. When the weather allows, the potters let the pieces dry in the open air before applying the glaze and firing them in the kiln.

Some of the bowls for TOAST feature a striking marbled effect, known as ‘jaspé’. A slip glaze is applied using a method dating back to the 15th century. “It’s a gestural technique where the colours are layered and mixed, forming abstract patterns,” explains Nadège.

A Visit to the Poterie Barbotine Workshop