Blanche Poccard de Saintillau - le Creuset - Pointers (2)

Description
Blanche Poccard de Saintillau - le Creuset - Pointers (2)
France - 1890-1919 - Pewter/Tin

Pair of Art Nouveau ewers from Blanche Poccard from Santilau.
Each large item has a handle and is decorated in bas-relief representing a climbing vine and grapes.
A winged cherub holding an object in his hand is added as free-standing sculpture.
The pieces are made in natural shiny cast pewter.
The artist and the pieces in the same presentation are referenced in the book
"Etain 1900" by the great specialist Philippe Dahhan.
The item is signed by the artist on the bottom of the belly. The signature is topped with the stamp of the founder Le Creuset.
Item 1:
height: 38.5 cm, length: 22 cm, width: 17 cm. weight: 3.680 kg
Item 2:
height: 38.5 cm, length: 21 cm, width: 17 cm. weight: 3.860 kg

Lot details
No. of items
2
Object
Pointers
Material
Pewter/Tin
Designer/ Artist
Blanche Poccard de Saintillau
Manufacturer/ Brand
le Creuset
Style
Art Nouveau
Estimated Period
1890-1919
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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