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Art Deco Bowl Paul Milet Sèvres

Rare art deco bowl by the French ceramist Paul Milet, in earthenware, round shape with curved neck inwards. It is enamelled with dark blue. A golden metal frame representing foliage decorates the bowl.

Perfect condition
 
Height 6,5cm
Diameter 17,5cm at the widest point
Signature Label M P Sèvres

CSD1352

80,00 €

About...

Paul Milet (1870-?) Henri Milet (1907-1987)

After training in the laboratory of the Manufacture de Sèvres, he became a good chemist and worked in the factory founded by his father, Félix Optat Milet, in 1866 at 8 rue Troyon, in Sèvres, a stone's throw from the Manufacture.
When he is twenty old, he gradually succeeds to him. Like him, he will continue to benefit from the collaboration of artists from the MNCS (Manufacture Nationale de Céramique de Sèvres).
Paul Milet worked with his father Optat until 1911, the date of his death, then with his son Henri, a ceramic engineer, who was appointed director of the factory in 1931, which did not prevent father and son to work closely together.
Henri retired in 1971, when the Milet factory closed after 105 years of activity.

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