"I am fascinated by this Japanese art called "Kintsugi" from the 16th century, which is to make visible repairs on ceramic made with a mix of lacquer and gold giving an even greater aesthetic value". Sarkis
© Constance E.T. De Tourniel
The Collection Braquenié is the result of a unique collaboration, the story of an encounter between textile and porcelain, between materials and colors, between two French Houses, Pierre Frey and Bernardaud. Our manufactory has adapted onto porcelain the prints of two emblematic fabrics still published today, Grand Corail and La Ménagerie, created in the 19th century by ...
The Collection Braquenié is the result of a unique collaboration, the story of an encounter between textile and porcelain, between...
Inspired by the curiosities cabinets in fashion in the 16th and 17th centuries, the decor is available on a complete service where the birds, in shimmering colors, are perched on stylized trees, reminiscent of the corals so sought after at the time, and treated in raised gold.