Marco Polo baptised it ‘’porcelana’’. The chinese ceramic, born during the Tang dynasty (7th-8th AD) and for the most part produced in Jingdezhen, mesmerised early traders and all European marketplaces as soon as Vasco De Gama opened the Silk Road.

French porcelain then began its ascent, from the 18th century, with degrees of virtuosity still praised by the entire world nowadays. Glazed or unglazed, porcelain or ceramic have found a home in the most somptuous interior schemes for more than three hundred years. Art et Floritude continue this long-standing and unique know-how through the creation of handmade porcelain and ceramic flowers of exceptional finesse, as well as sculptures composed exclusively of porcelain petals. The light created by these sculptures magnifies this ancestral skill with its soft and contemporary shapes.