Mithé Espelt wall mirror

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Ceramic wall mirror displaying two stylised counter-facing birds and flowers in different shades of pink glaze and gold crackle. The mirror edges are also framed in gold crackle glaze. 

Mithé Espelt, born in 1923, is a French ceramic artist. She rubbed shoulders with Jean Hugo, Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso, Christian Bérard and many others... At the end of her studies, she moved to Paris for two years and produced jewellery and ceramic buttons for Line Vautrin. Back in the Camargue she exhibited at the La Roue gallery in Vallauris in the company of the greatest ceramicists of the time. At the beginning of the 1950s, she stopped signing her pieces and devoted herself to the creation of small everyday objects for women: mirrors, jewellery chests and trays... 

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DESIGNER: Mithé Espelt

PERIOD: 60’s

ORIGIN: France

STYLE: Mid Century / Retro 

MATERIAL: Glazed Ceramic

CONDITION: In excellent condition. No defects and no restorations.

DIMENSIONS: H 25,5 cm x W 21,5 cm

WEIGHT: 860 grs

PRODUCT CODE: 19C020

More pictures available upon request.

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SHIPPING: Ships from Paris by Chronopst and rates may vary by destination and complexity (D+1 in France - 2/4 days in Europe). You will receive a tracking number to follow the shipping status.
Free delivery for Paris intra-muros by appointment (signature is required at delivery).
Customs duties and taxes may apply and are your responsibility.

RETURNS: Items can be returned within 14 days of delivery. For more information, please check SHIPPING & RETURNS.

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