Art Deco vase design Charles Catteau Boch Frères 30s
Charles Catteau's vase in earthenware, egg-shaped with opened neck, decoration of multicoloured flowers and foliages on white bottom, divided by black and white vertical lines on yellow background.
From the Belgium factory Boch Frères, 30s.
CATTEAU Charles (1880-1966)
Franco-Belgian ceramist, Charles Catteau joined in 1906 the Boch-Keramis company where he became the director of the workshop decoration. Influenced by the great artistic trends of the Art Deco period (African, Japanese, Cubism styles) he will get international recognition to the Decorative Arts Exhibition of 1925 in Paris. His stoneware vases with stylized motifs of fauna and flora are very famous.
- 18cm at the widest point
- Stamp Boch Frères, initials CT for Charles Catteau, set Nr 876, shape Nr 895
- Perfect condition