Origin : France
Period : 20th century
Height : 46 cm
Width : 43 cm
Depth : 3 cm
Leaving the Marais district where she had her jewelry workshop and the Faubourg Saint Honoré where she sold her creations, mostly jewelry, Line Vautrin embarked on a new technique she had patented.
She used resin and small pieces of inlaid color mirrors, producing a mosaic of glass or plastic fragments.
The cellulose acetate thus divided, torn into tiny strips and worked at fire was baptized Talosel.
This discovery quickly led her to approach the decoration from several angles : frames, lamps, mirrors, etc. and always jewelry.
In the 1970s, Line Vautrin decided to focus on creating ; she inaugurated a new cycle of her life used to educational experience, introducing students to the handling and processing of plastics.
This particularly successful mirror is the work of one of her students.
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