Inventory Number CAJ039

Size 6" H x 3.25" W x 3.25" D

Material Stoneware

Period Japonist

Country of Origin France

Year Made c. 1900

Condition Excellent

This robust bottle form vase designed and glazed by Jean Carriès, the sloping sides of the vase are covered in an sandy glaze a guilloche technique is used resulting diagonal impressions a set of lines of lines wavy lines on the beige glazed that drips down and covers the beautiful caramel marbled base. The overall effect is as if the Vase was hewn out of sandstone rock formation.

Marks: Handwritten signature Jean Carriès, No. 14.

Similar model illustrated in: Marc Ducret , L' École de Carriès: Art Céramique à Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye, (Paris: Les éditions de L'amateur, 1997), 87.

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