This Privacy Policy informs you about the nature of the personal information collected about you, the manner and purpose of its use, as well as the recipients of this information.
This Charter applies to personal information concerning our customers and future customers.
This Charter may be modified, supplemented or updated in order to comply with any legal, regulatory, jurisprudential and technical developments. However, your personal data will always be processed in accordance with the policy in force at the time of their collection, unless a mandatory legal requirement provides otherwise and would apply retroactively.

Data controller

Business name: Clémentine Giaconia Ceramics
Mrs Clémentine Giaconia
5 rue Léon Delhomme
75015 Paris

Collection of data

The data concerning you is collected directly from you, after obtaining your consent when necessary, in the following cases:

When you visit the establishment's website:
- If you place an order (service/product) online
- If you book a course
- If you contact us for a request for information
- If you ask to receive the newsletter
- If you accept cookies

When you go to the establishment or when you contact the establishment by telephone, in the following cases:
- If you come to collect an order
- If you book a course
- If you request information about the workshop's products and services
- If you request a quote

Nature of data collected

The personal data collected may be as follows:
- Contact details and marital status (example: name, landline and/or mobile telephone number, email address).
- Information relating to ordering a service (example: terms of receipt of a product, date and time of appointment for a service, etc.)
- Information relating to payment (example: payment method used)
- Information related to customer relationship monitoring (example: satisfaction survey, retention of complaints, etc.).
- Images (example: images taken for communication purposes on social networks)

Purposes and basis of processing

The establishment will only collect your personal data for a specific purpose, and according to a specific basis (execution of a contract, your consent or legitimate interest of the establishment).

Depending on the service, the purposes and foundations are as follows:

- Supply of products and services
Data collected: identity, contact details.
Purposes: customer support, performance of the service, invoicing and payment.
Basis: contractual performance.

- Customer relations
Data collected: identity, contact details, opinions and complaints.
Purposes: responses to requests for information and complaints.
Basis: legitimate interest of the establishment and legal obligation (obligations linked to the consumer's right of withdrawal).

- Communication
Data collected: identity, contact details, preferences regarding the media used to receive the communication.
Purposes: informing the customer about workshop news and new products.
Basis: legitimate interest of the establishment.

- Compliance with legal and regulatory obligations
Data: data from your transactions, your payments, your order history and information related to the order
Purposes: fight against payment fraud.
Basis: legal obligations to cooperate with organizations fighting different types of fraud.

Data recipients

The establishment may share your data with authorized organizations.

Thus, the establishment may use subcontractors (any company required to process personal data following the establishment's instructions) for the processing of your personal data within the limits necessary for the performance of their services (example : host a site, manage the sending of promotional offers).

The establishment ensures, by contract with the subcontractor, that the latter respects the confidentiality and security of the personal data they receive.

Except in the cases stated above, the establishment undertakes not to sell, rent or transfer your personal data to third parties without your consent.

Data retention period

Your data will be kept secure by the establishment for the period strictly necessary to achieve the purposes indicated above, or for the minimum retention period provided for by applicable legislation. For example, data linked to the performance of the service will be kept for the entire duration of the contract, and for a period of 5 years from the end of the service, unless there is a more restrictive legal provision. Another example: data linked to the sending of promotional offers will be kept for 3 years after the last contact, unless you exercise your right to object.

Exercise of your rights

You can exercise with the establishment your rights of access, rectification, erasure, limitation, portability of your data, opposition to processing for legitimate reasons, and a right to define the fate of your data post -mortem.

You can exercise these rights by contacting:
FRST / Clémentine Giaconia Ceramics
Mrs Clémentine Giaconia
5 rue Léon Delhomme
75015 Paris

You can also submit a complaint directly to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) at For any information on the protection of personal data, you can also consult the CNIL.


    Designer and interior architect, I remain deeply attached to creative professions and manual work. After studying Art History and then Applied Arts, the encounter with clay today fertilizes my creative terrain.

  • CLAY

    The smell of the clay is familiar to me. I mainly work with stoneware. Treigny, Moutiers, are natural French red clays, coming from Burgundy in the Puisaye region. They have a noble texture and incomparable plasticity.


    I've always started thinking about my architectural projects in terms of materials. This choice has always been a determining factor in my designs. Even today, this sensitivity to colors and textures, whether simple or superimposed, is the hallmark of my work.


    As an architect, I've always worked with the aim of mastering the unexpected and correcting defects. With clay, I rediscover discipline and mastery through gesture, but I don't erase the surprises; on the contrary, I let them sublimate. This idea of the beauty of imperfection makes the object unique.


    I missed making. I then sought to create ceramic objects that were in harmony with my architectural projects, my house or my table. Today I integrated some collections into my online store and opened the request for special orders.


    My glazes come from personal research. They are made and applied by me in my workshop.