Mirror “peacock” by Mithé Espelt

Mithé Espelt, born in 1923, is a French ceramic artist. She worked with Jean Hugo, Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso, Christian Berard and many others… At the end of her studies, she moved to Paris for two years and made jewellery and ceramic buttons for Line Vautrin. Back in Camargue, she exhibited at the La Roue gallery in Vallauris with the greatest ceramists of the time such as Georges Pelletier. At the beginning of the 50s, she stopped signing her pieces and devoted herself to the creation of small everyday objects for women: mirrors, chests and jewellery trays… 

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Artist
Mithé Espelt
Designer
Mithé Espelt
Editor
Mithé Espelt
Place of Origin
France
Date of Manufacture
1963
Dimensions
H. 36 x L. 23 cm
Materials
Glazed Ceramic
Color
Rectangular mirror in navy blue glazed ceramic decorated with two peacocks in gold leaf detail
Condition
Excellent