What is Porcelain : An Interview
What is Porcelain? Making French porcelain is a fine art. It takes passion and skill. The team of artists at Laure Selignac have both in spades!
Join us for this interview with popular French Porcelain manufacturer, Maison Laure Selignac. The proud owner of Laure Selignac, Alexandra Groussard shows us exactly what makes Laure Selignac French porcelain so special.
In this short video you will see inside the actual workshop (or atelier) of Laure Selignac. Madame Groussard describes to us in detail how each piece is made and why the process is so difficult. She tells us how the methods to make French decorative porcelain have been passed down over the centuries and maintained in practice by individuals such as herself and her team of artist who excel at this fine art.
Perhaps you have visited Limoges and visited the ceramic museum, Musee Adrien Dubouché? If so, then this may sound familiar to you. Indeed, the hand-painted porcelain from Laure Selignac is worthy of museum status (the company was the proud recepient of the EPV-Living Heritage Company Label). The company’s porcelain and strict adherance to traditional methods have been highlighted time and again in magazines, journals and on television.
*Please note, given that this was a recent interview the video is in French. If you require a translation or transcript, simply contact us: www.laureselignac.com