Jade Cascade

Émile Decoeur

9" H x 4" W

C0106

1901

Description

Inventory Number C0106

Size 9" H x 4" W

Material Stoneware

Period Art Nouveau

Country of Origin France

Year Made 1901

Status SOLD

The simple baluster form of this vase is enlivened by abstract organic handles. The streaking surface décor approximates the Chinese glaze known as hare's fur, first developed during the Song Dynasty. Although Decoeur apprenticed with Edmond Lachenal beginning in 1890, it was only in 1901 that his monogram began to appear beneath his employer's mark. By this time, Decoeur was designing and executing the pieces he signed, but was prevented from claiming full authorship of them by Lachenal, who would naturally have wanted his mark to figure prominently over that of his talented apprentice. Marks: Lachenal ; ED monogram [painted]

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