Charolles France - Art deco cat in cracked earthenware

Description
Charolles France - Art deco cat in cracked earthenware
France - 1920-1949 - Cracked earthenware

The history of the Charolles Faïencerie dates back to 1844, when Hippolyte Prost, a local child, took over his father's pottery studio. He first produced rustic and utilitarian earthenware.

Then, the production became more delicate under the influence of Elisabeth Parmentier, who, in 1879, created the "Artistic Decor." This central roses or tulips bunch, surrounded by a fine "combed" blue, becomes the emblem of the house. "LE Charolles," as we would now call this unique style, was born. And he became famous all over the world!

Adorable cat that will adopt you with its look and its very relaxing posture, authentic Art Deco period cat made of sublime cracked, authentic "Charolles"

A slight enamel chip on the nose and one ear, easily fixable with varnish paint

Carefully packed, worldwide delivery with tracking number.

Lot details
Object
Art deco cat in cracked earthenware
Material
Cracked earthenware
Manufacturer/ Brand
Charolles France
Model/ Name
Chat
Style
Art Deco
Estimated Period
1920-1949
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
27×13×27 cm
Weight
1610 g
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