Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand
Porcelain Plates (sets of 2)
With Motive

SGD 930.00
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Material porcelain
Colour white and blue

Cassina in collaboration with Richard Ginori and Pernette Perriand-Barsac
Charlotte Perriand’s innovative designs are the expression of a
new art de vivre that ran against the currents of the day. Hers is a
design approach nourished by multidisciplinary activities, including
a key role played by photography. In this art of living, Perriand pours
her passion for observing Nature into the smallest, most revealing
details. The Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand collection – which began
as a partnership between Cassina and Pernette Perriand-Barsac,
Charlotte’s daughter and founder of her mother’s archives – is inspired
by the patterns in the photographs taken by Perriand between 1933
and 1934 and manufactured in partnership with Ginori 1735. Hand-
decorated patterns for porcelain dinnerware that brings another of the
designer’s passions to fruition – ceramics – matured in contact with the
Japanese masters during the years she lived in the Far East. Le Monde
de Charlotte Perriand collection is composed of a charger, dinner
plate, soup plate and dessert plate, presented in sets of two, with three
different decorations that can be mixed or matched. Engraved on the
plates are the designs inspired by Charlotte’s photos. Here, the plates
painted with the Tronc pattern depict the circular striations of a tree
trunk that could be the face of a lemur or the sensual mouth of an
Indian goddess. Or, in the Neige pattern, the contours of a snow slab in
the cracks of a stone floor, captured on film in the Fontainebleau forest
in 1934, elicit the likenesses of mythological animals or gorgons. Or,
still, the fish bone on the Arête service that calls to mind a mysterious
work tool. To ensure authenticity, each item is marked with the Cassina
and Ginori 1735 logos.

Material porcelain
Colour white and blue

Cassina in collaboration with Richard Ginori and Pernette Perriand-Barsac
Charlotte Perriand’s innovative designs are the expression of a
new art de vivre that ran against the currents of the day. Hers is a
design approach nourished by multidisciplinary activities, including
a key role played by photography. In this art of living, Perriand pours
her passion for observing Nature into the smallest, most revealing
details. The Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand collection – which began
as a partnership between Cassina and Pernette Perriand-Barsac,
Charlotte’s daughter and founder of her mother’s archives – is inspired
by the patterns in the photographs taken by Perriand between 1933
and 1934 and manufactured in partnership with Ginori 1735. Hand-
decorated patterns for porcelain dinnerware that brings another of the
designer’s passions to fruition – ceramics – matured in contact with the
Japanese masters during the years she lived in the Far East. Le Monde
de Charlotte Perriand collection is composed of a charger, dinner
plate, soup plate and dessert plate, presented in sets of two, with three
different decorations that can be mixed or matched. Engraved on the
plates are the designs inspired by Charlotte’s photos. Here, the plates
painted with the Tronc pattern depict the circular striations of a tree
trunk that could be the face of a lemur or the sensual mouth of an
Indian goddess. Or, in the Neige pattern, the contours of a snow slab in
the cracks of a stone floor, captured on film in the Fontainebleau forest
in 1934, elicit the likenesses of mythological animals or gorgons. Or,
still, the fish bone on the Arête service that calls to mind a mysterious
work tool. To ensure authenticity, each item is marked with the Cassina
and Ginori 1735 logos.

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