HOME & GARDEN
Discover earthenware vases, candleholders, planters and decorative objects from the Jean Roger workshop.
For home or garden.
A ceramic creation from the 60s, reissued in 2023, the flame bowl is available in matte white or aqua pink enamel. Its ideal size, this small vase can be placed on its own or with candleholders on a table to create an elegant, harmonious ensemble.
The "garland" planter motif, in vogue during the reign of Louis XVI, is both a tribute to French neoclassicism and a more contemporary nod to it, thanks to its matte white enamel. Turned and shaped by hand, it is ideal for large plants or small shrubs.
FROG LARGE MODEL
Perfect as a planter or pot holder, the large frog is also ideal for decorating gardens and homes. A decorative ceramic object, it can be slipped into your garden or add a touch of whimsy to your interior.
A model from the 1950s, Jean Roger's Directoire-inspired flower pick has been revisited with the addition of leaves, and this year comes in glossy white. Turned and shaped by hand, it is perfect as a table centerpiece with flower stems, on a mantelpiece or as a simple decorative object.
SEAWEED CANDLE HOLDER
The seaweed motif designed by François Roger in 2015 is repeated on these candleholders, offered this year in khaki green and matt white. The leaves are modelled one by one, so each candleholder is unique, with slight variations in size that make it all the more vibrant and poetic.
A design from the 1950s, Jean Roger takes the shape of Empire-era jam jars and incorporates the leaves of its tulip candleholders. This year, we offer it in matt white with elephant-head handles, all hand-modeled, to add an oriental touch to the exoticism of the leaves.
MONKEY CANDLE HOLDER
The exoticism and mischief of the emerald-green glazed monkey candlestick will enchant and decorate your tables. Each ceramic is modeled and shaped according to the expertise of the Jean Roger workshop.
ACANTHUS CANDLE HOLDER
Inspired by the Corinthian capitals of the Abbey of Cluny, François Roger revisits acanthus leaves on a candlestick entirely turned and modeled by hand, forming a veritable piece of sculpture in its own right.
Magnified by the combination of three glazes in natural hues, it is in keeping with the exotic aesthetic so dear to Jean Roger.