GIFT BOX SET WITH 6 PLATES ALEXANDER CALDER
A charming set of six dinner plates, each featuring a reproduction of a different mobile by Alexander Calder.
Calder pioneered sculpture by shaping three-dimensional figures in space with twisted wire, anticipating conceptual art and influencing futurists, constructivists, and abstract painting. He became famous for creating "mobiles," a term coined by Marcel Duchamp for his pioneering kinetic sculptures.
Material: Glazed Limoges porcelain in a presentation box
Dimensions of each plate: 26.7 × 26.7 cm
Limited edition of 3,000 units
The grand industrial and artistic adventure of Bernardaud began in 1863 in Limoges, a region known for its kaolin, fresh water, and forests, all essential for porcelain production.
The company is renowned for its excellence in producing porcelain articles in a wide range of forms.