French Denbac Pottery Vase with Iridescence, Drip and Crystalline Glaze
A two-handle French stoneware vase in the Art Nouveau style from Vierzon, dating circa 1930s.
A two-handle French stoneware vase in the Art Nouveau style from Vierzon, dating circa 1930s.

French Denbac Pottery Vase

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Part Number:645
  • Material:Ceramic
  • Color:Brown, Green, Pink
A two-handle stoneware vase in the Art Nouveau style from La Société Denert et Balichon, known as Denbac Pottery of Vierzon, France, dating circa 1930s. Denbac's grès flammés (flamed sandstone) art pottery glazes are unique to every piece and this vessel is decorated in a range of complimentary layered colors with hints of iridescence and micro-crystalline accents. The multicolored glaze consist of pale greens, mauves and lavender with warm ivory and a translucent brown drip glaze which darkens as it travels down the body. The crystalline clusters and iridescence create a dynamic surface sheen with lots of depth. The vase is in very good condition bearing a "Denbac" mark with form number 276 impressed underfoot, measuring 10 in. H. Denbac is the brand name for the Denert and Balichon Company of Vierzon in central France. The Denbac name is a contraction of the partners surnames, ceramist René Denert and manager René-Louis Balichon.

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