Charles Greber jardiniere, Art Nouveau Flambé Stoneware c1900
Large Charles Greber Art Nouveau jardiniere in glazed stoneware. Made in Beauvais, France, around 1900.
It has an elegant curvilinear shape with handles in the form of ferns and a subtle glaze with drips of mauve and blue over a mossy green background.
A noted French ceramist, Greber (1853-1935) was the son of a successful Beauvais pottery manufacturer. He designed exterior and interior architectural features as well as artistic pottery pieces using flambé glazes.
Length 15 inches / 38cm
Width 8 inches / 20cm
Height 6 inches / 15.5cm
In excellent condition.