Art Deco Boch Keramis Vase By Maurice Dufrène La Maitrise - 1924

Art deco vase in cloisonné enamels in ovoid shape, created in 1924 by Maurice Dufrène, decorator of the Keramis factory for "La Maîtrise", the art workshop of Galeries Lafayette in Paris. Decor of antelopes and parrots surrounded by blue and turquoise enameled plants on a crackled white background.
Perfect condition
Height 27.5cm
Diameter 8cm at the neck, 10cm at the base
Signed below Keramis La Maîtrise, decor 896. Decor listed in "Art Deco ceramics Charles Catteau" by Marc Pairon, page 277.

CSD2145

980,00 €

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BOCH Frères Kéramis

Founded in 1841 at La Louviere in Belgium by Eugene and Victor Boch, the Keramis factory is a great classic, whose flagship is the realization sets in Delft. The arrival in 1906 of the designer Charles Catteau gives him a boost. Present at the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts in 1925 and the Salon d'Automne in Paris, Keramis worked for the Art workshops of parisian department stores - Primavera, Pomona and La Maitrise - influenced by the Japanese, African and avant-garde styles.

 

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