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In 2011, Sèvres Cité de la Céramique commissioned François Dumas to create vases in new shapes for the Sèvres permanent collection. Dumas created four pieces characterized by a great simplicity and sinuous lines, resembling stacks of molds. These vases, also available in Bleu de Sèvres, were exhibited for the first time at the Villa Noailles in 2011.
Double Vase: $900
Quadruple Vase: $1,100
Sextuple Vase: $1,400

Dumas is a French designer based in Amsterdam. After studying in France and working for a year for the Bouroullec Brothers, he graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2009. His work has been widely exhibited since he won the prestigious Villa Noailles’s Design Parade Grand Prix in 2010.


DESIGNER/

Francois Dumas

DATE/

2010

MATERIALS/

Enameled Sèvres Porcelain with 24-carat pure gold gilt

DIMENSIONS/

Double Vase: Ø 11 x H 10 cm
Quadruple Vase: Ø 14 x H 20 cm
Sextuple Vase: Ø 15 x H 30 cm

STYLE/

Contemporary

HERITAGE/

France

SHIPS FROM/

New York

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