Christmas gifts with craftsmanship

Christmas gifts with craftsmanship

As the end of year celebrations approach, finding the perfect gift is a second-hand affair. And here is one that will satisfy you. For that, go to Paris in the 4th arrondissement, at the Espace des Blancs Manteaux. For 3 days, from November 30 to December 2, 80 artisans will meet and present their creations ranging from decoration to design, including jewelry and clothing. Organized each year by the Ateliers d'Art de France, this large artistic Christmas market is a good opportunity to meet the artists and to offer unique and personalized gifts.

Ceramic bowls and cups created by Fanny Richard

** Fanny Richard's creations combine utility, ornamental and even sculptural. Here, she delivers a service consisting of bowls and cups in soft pastel tones that give the impression of having been mended with small plasters. **

Carolina-Léon-Firrell painted porcelain Christmas balls

** The designer Carolina-Léon-Firrell likes to dress porcelain with her know-how to color and poetize objects. These Christmas balls are made of porcelain and then decorated with a pen. **

Odile Moulin creation sculpture

** Odile Moulin works her creations under the sign of movement and lightness. Rippling like veils, the shape is evoked by the void. **

Veronique Quentin creation teapot

** Hand-painted, the small, colorful and springy patterns that cover the teapot will brighten up everyday life. **