Art Deco cracked earthenware by Georges Ventrillon Saint Clément 30s

Crackled earthenware signed Georges Ventrillon (1894-1978) for the  factory of Saint-Clément (Lorraine), representing a wood pigeon making the wheel. 1930s.

Perfect condition
 
Height 19cm
Width 16cm
Signature G. Ventrillon engraved on the side, Label Saint Clement below

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Saint-Clément
The Saint-Clément ceramics factory was created in 1758 by Mr. Chambrette, then owner of the Lunéville Faience Factory, located 12 km away. This new establishment was then devoted to high-end and prestigious pieces.<br />The Faience Factory of Saint-Clément, among others, was named official supplier of the Trianon under Marie-Antoinette. If the establishment was created for luxury earthenware, it has nevertheless produced a wide variety of products, from the slip to the more ordinary household pottery, through imitations of multicolored decorations of Strasbourg, and even the Art Deco style. Although the paintings are no longer handmade, the establishment is still in operation.

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