Faience flower pot
Artist/Maker: Gustave De Bruyn
Artist/Maker Dates: 1864 - 1962
Place of Production: France, Fives-Lille
Date of Production: end of 19th - beg. of 20th century
Materials: faience, underglaze hand painting
Style: Art Nouveau
Height: 17.0 cm.
Condition notes: Wear consistent with age and use
Art nouveau cache pot designed by the famous Belgian/French artist Gustave de Bruyn.
In 1864 Antoine Gustave de Bruyn established a new company in Fives-Lille. From 1887 it was here that barbotine ceramics was manufactured. In 1917 the factory was demolished. After the First World War, the activity was restarted. The company remained active until it closed its doors in 1962.
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