Charles Catteau - Keramis - Lamp

Description
Charles Catteau - Keramis - Lamp
Belgium - 1920-1949 - Earthenware

Lamp - Charles Catteau (1880-1966)
Crackled earthenware
Manufacture: Keramis (Boch La Louvière)

A lamp made from a vase.
white-bottomed and decorated with deer.
1924
Manufacture stamp (partially erased)

Model D943
Shape: 945

Height: 256 mm
Neck diameter: 97 mm (105 mm with frame).
Base diameter: 113 mm

The vase was mounted as a lamp (C% Keramis ???)

The frame is made of blackened steel and set on the neck of the vase
Note: a nut fell into the vase...
The end of the lamp assembly is to be made

Earthenware in very good condition.

Charles Catteau (1880-1966)
Franco-Belgian artist, trained ceramicist. After an experience at the Nymphemburg factory near Munich, he became head of the decoration workshop of the Manufacture de La Louviere, Boch Keramis, from 1907 to 1947.
He was successful there, he created several vases including famous stoneware vases, with stylised motifs inspired by flora and fauna.

It will be carefully packed and shipped with tracking number.

Lot details
Object
Lamp
Material
Earthenware
Designer/ Artist
Charles Catteau
Manufacturer/ Brand
Keramis
Style
Art Deco
Estimated Period
1920-1949
Country of Origin
Belgium
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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