Pepper & Salt Archipel
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In pre-order, count three weeks of production before shipping.
: 10 x 7 cm
Manufacturing time: 12 days
Illustration time: 15 minutes
The art of decorating
"It is in rolling that the stone becomes a pebble"
Perfectly rounded by the passing of time, shaped by nature as if to fit in the palm of our hand, the pebble is the work of a world that has already lived, charged with a certain nostalgia.
We wanted to find a function for this organic form so that it could become part of our daily lives.
This has been achieved with the launch of the first capsule of our GALET collection: "pepper and salt" are taking their place at the centre of our tables.
Let's get rid of packaging to create beautiful tables. We only preserve the raw products by sublimating the material: the large grains of Guérande salt and the crushed pepper, placed in the hollow of our pebbles.
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Our know-how :
This Three Seven paperweight was entirely handmade, following a long technical process specific to our workshop. After the steps of casting, drying and cooking, each piece passes through the hands of our illustrators before being glazed to preserve its color, pattern and design. After 12 days through the manufacturing process, it is ready to join your tables.
In the workshop, we work with a white clay which we dye with natural pigments. The ivory color of our dishes is an integral part of the brand's DNA. Note that the shades of ivory can vary slightly from one piece to another. The pieces are then illustrated freehand with an underglaze ink; mixture of pigments, clay and water, before being glazed in a transparent and edible enamel.
The fine and thin aspect of our ceramic never compromises how durable and strong they are in the long term. Handle with care and caution, avoiding impact against your dishwasher, table and between products themselves.
Three Seven pieces are made of earthenware, which is a porous material by definition, and do not like water baths, as this could cause stains and infiltrations. No dip in the water pool for them: straight into the dishwasher is always preferred, which in addition to being more economical in water usage, will ensure optimal drying of your piece to preserve it over the long term.
In the case of hand washing, a light trickle of water will suffice.