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Set of three cast solid bronze trinket bowls

by Ado Chale – Belgium

Image by Ludovic Vandenweghe for Unforget.eu

During the 50s, his creations are devoted to silver jewellery. He also designed his first resin tables embedded with marcasite.

In 1961, his wife opened the « Chale Gallery » on rue de Livourne in Brussels. The gallery later moved to Avenue Louise to exhibit various artists’ creations.

Ado Chale imports minerals and fossilised wood from Arizona to decorate the polyester table tops he makes. These are then placed on black or cast aluminium tripod feet.

Chale creates mosaics of semi-precious stones such as jade, turquoise, lapis lazuli, agate, tiger eye, … And also casts bronze and cast aluminium tables, also known as « water drop tables ».

Ado Chale and his wife bring a major contribution to the Belgian decoration world. The artist is still working in his studio located on rue de Lens in Brussels.

“My father is an optimist, he sees life in a positive light, does not stop at the slightest mishap and always pushes forward”

Ilone Chale Belgium
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CIRCULAR HIGH PEDESTAL TABLE

black resin inlaid with bone marquetry arranged in 4 abstract-shaped circles, by Ado Chale – Belgium

Image by Ludovic Vandenweghe for Unforget.eu

During the 50s, his creations are devoted to silver jewellery. He also designed his first resin tables embedded with marcasite. In 1961, his wife opened the « Chale Gallery » on rue de Livourne in Brussels. The gallery later moved to Avenue Louise to exhibit various artists’ creations.
Ado Chale imports minerals and fossilised wood from Arizona to decorate the polyester table tops he makes. These are then placed on black or cast aluminium tripod feet.

Chale creates mosaics of semi-precious stones such as jade, turquoise, lapis lazuli, agate, tiger eye… and also casts bronze and cast aluminium tables, also known as «water drop tables».

alt=''loading= Image by www.adochale.com

Ado Chale and his wife bring a major contribution to the Belgian decoration world. The artist is still working in his studio located on rue de Lens in Brussels