Faux Stacked Stone Console by Sirmos after Emilio Terry
Very rare plaster finished console. Parisian born Emilio R. Terry originally made plaster rock form console tables for the foyer of the Château de Clavary in 1927. These consoles served as inspiration for Sirmos in the early 1970s.
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- Faux Stacked Stone Console by Sirmos after Emilio Terry
- Price: $17,000.00
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Meet the maker
After establishing his first studio in 1947, Roger set out to create pieces belying the heaviness associated with works of clay. It is this idea of making the heavy seem light that led to his cabbage tableware, tulip and flame candle holders, lamps, vases, and decorative objects in the shape of palm trees and pineapples.
Jean's son, Jean-Jacques, added to the studio’s reputation for innovation by creating the first sample of a “trompe l’oeil” varnish on ceramics. He became a specialist in replicating the patterns and colors of fabrics onto clay and the workshop thrived.
Jean-Jacques’s son, François, took the lead in 2007. After years of training with a master turner and sculptor as well as tutelage from his father, Francois has continued the studio’s success with inspiration from both his father and grandfather contributing to his innovative style.