Starbursts Cachepot

Clément Massier

12.25" H x 15.5" W


c. 1890


Inventory Number MAC167

Size 12.25" H x 15.5" W

Material Stoneware

Period Art Nouveau, Symbolist

Country of Origin France

Year Made c. 1890

This exciting cachepot features a constellation of urchin-like starbursts against a beautiful deep turquoise green. The motif and color scheme are a perfect hybrid of signature elements from the history and geography of Golf-Juan, a small town on the central coast of France that was once occupied by the Moors, who first introduced iridescent glaze to the region which would become famous for it.

Marks: Painted CM, Golfe Juan, AM.

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