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A. Bakker Artefact

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Aldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
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Aldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Sevres Les Ateliers Courbet Porcelain Tabletops Pourer ArtefactAldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Sevres Les Ateliers Courbet Porcelain Tabletops Pourer ArtefactAldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Sevres Les Ateliers Courbet Porcelain Tabletops Pourer ArtefactAldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Sevres Les Ateliers Courbet Porcelain Tabletops Pourer ArtefactAldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Sevres Les Ateliers Courbet Porcelain Tabletops Pourer ArtefactAldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects
Aldo Bakker Sevres Les Ateliers Courbet Porcelain Tabletops Pourer ArtefactAldo Bakker Ateliers Courbet Sevres Artefact Porcelain Dutch Design Objects

A. Bakker Artefact

3,500.00

ARTIST

Aldo Bakker, 2013

 

MANUFACTURER

Manufacture de Sèvres

 

DESCRIPTION

Numbered and Signed Edition

Since 1740, the Manufacture de Sèvres has never ceased encouraging artists and designers to creates decorative porcelain objects. Traditional manufacturing techniques have been placed at the service of innovation, to improve existing forms and to create new shapes. 

The collaboration between Bakker and Sèvres has resulted in six porcelain objects. Objects that pour, contain, store, or simply balance on their centre. Meandering lines, intertwined forms, and dripping volumes relate to the uid character of the material. Each object plays with the archetypical characteristics of the pourer: a container, a spout, and a handle. These elements are enlarged, reduced and merged, resulting in objects which might only give a suggestive representation of the act of pouring. 

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

Stedelijk’s Museum, Amsterdam

 

MATERIAL

Dark Grey Bisque Porcelain

 

DIMENSIONS

9.6 x 4.3 x 4.9 in
(244 x 109 x 124 mm)

 

PRICE

$3,500 

(c) Photography Erik and Petra Hesmerg

 

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