Consciously surround yourself with everyday life objects.

Tea x Ritual x Meditation

To me, objects that one lives with better our everyday lives. Imagining ceramic pieces that will accompany you in your routines is a foundation of my job. Creating ceramics is irreversible and it is important for me to share slowmade and handmade objects.

They are fair since they’re from small series of wheelthrown pieces, produced in my own ceramic studio in Paris, France. I don’t want to make without thinking first. The most important thing for me is to think objects you will use consciously.
They are fair because they respect Time : the time needed for the clay to be transformed, the time I need to create, the time for each step.

After a second firing, clay becomes ceramics. Stoneware ceramics that comes out of my kiln are made with all my heart.

I don’t seek to be trendy. I don’t need to change my collection every two months or so. My ceramics are objects that live through seasons, through years, that travel through time and life as you do. 

Discover companions, ritual pieces (bowls and teapots) and sculptural ceramics (Grottes and Maen Hir) on the eshop. I update the eshop every months in order to respect this precious time of production. 

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Sculptures of the inner life, Grottes and Maen Hir


Inspired by daily rituals, one of a kind teaware


Ceramics objects to have a prettier daily life, teacups, bowls, vases…

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RITUEL Margaux Ceramics

Margaux creates her pieces in her studio in Paris, France, and imagines ceramics to ritualize the moments you take for yourself.

After her discovery of spiritualities related to tea ceremonies, Margaux now makes ceramics to support rituals.

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