Charles Lemanceau ceramic figurine

195,00

 

Art deco figurine – 1935/36

made by Sainte Radegonde (Frankrijk)

design by Charles Lemanceau (1905 – 1980)

ceramics with a crispé glaze

marked on the base

19 inch wide

in good condition, not damaged and no restorations

 

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Description

Art-deco figurine by Charles Lemanceau (French 1905 – 1980) made by Sainte Radegonde, one of the most important French ceramic manufactures of the Art Deco period. This model was made with different glazes of which the crispé glazed is one of the first ones making it easy to date this piece to 1935-1936. This model with the exact same glaze is also illustrated in Patrick Malaureille’s book “Craquelés : les animaux en céramique 1920-1940” on page 91.

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