Boch Freres Keramis Art Pottery Vase with Art Deco Craquelure Glaze, Made in Belgium, circa 1930
Art Deco Boch Freres Keramis Art Pottery Vase with Craquelure Glaze, Made in Belgium circa 1930
Art Deco Boch Freres Keramis Art Pottery Vase with Craquelure Glaze, Made in Belgium circa 1930

Charles Catteau Boch Freres Keramis Art Deco Vase

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A Boch Freres Keramis art pottery vase produced at La Louvière in Belgium during the Art Deco period, circa 1930. This glazed earthenware vessel bears the company's decor number "D.889" which features hand-painted stylized flowers in a striking combination of turquoise, cobalt blue and yellow enamel against an off-white craquelure ground and glazed ivory interior. 

Very good condition with a couple of glaze bursts and a small glaze skip at the top edge of the lower turquoise band, measuring 8.5 inches height x 4.25 inches at the widest point. Marked with a hand-painted black "D.889" decor number, an impressed number "40" and a printed Boch Freres mark used between 1927 and the Second World War. 

The Boch Freres studio led by Charles Catteau (1880-1966) produced bold and colorful ceramics during the opening decades of the 20th century. The atelier's designs were influenced by Cubism, Japonisme, and the natural world.

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