Large Kéramos Sèvres cup from the 50s
Large cup Signed Kéramos in Sèvres, free-form, shiny and slightly cracked enamels of yellow color on the inside and matte black on the outside. 1950s. Very good condition
Kéramos Sèvres signature engraved on the back.
The "Kéramos" company, a small ceramics company with six to eight employees, was located in Sèvres, not far from the famous Manufacture. Created by René Henon, an architect by training from the Ardennes who had established a first workshop in Montrouge, it existed in the 1950s and 1960s. The company was active and even worked for export. It produced small objects in enamelled earthenware, cache-pots, lamp bases. His productions were purchased by the artist Colette Gueguen for Primavera. Another part of its production was sold in the United States.
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