Gabriele Bicchioni large Deruta ceramic vase 1930

$ 4,500
  • Description
    This green-blue vase, crafted by Italian ceramist Gabriele Bicchioni in the 1930s, stands out for its imposing size and Art Deco style. With its fluid curves, it epitomises a timeless testament to the excellence of Deruta ceramics. Under Gabriele Bicchioni's skilled touch, the majolica takes on an elegant form, adorned with green-blue hues and golden accents, resulting in a remarkable piece.
    Deruta, located in Italy, is renowned worldwide for its rich tradition of ceramic craftsmanship. The town has been a hub of ceramic production for centuries, with major figures like Gabriele Bicchioni leaving an indelible mark on its legacy. Renowned manufacturers such as Maioliche Deruta and collaborations with entities like the "C.I.M.A." (Consorzio Italiano Maiolino de Deruta) have cemented its reputation as one of the best ceramic centers globally. The intricate designs, exquisite craftsmanship, and dedication to preserving traditional techniques make Deruta a symbol of excellence in the ceramic industry.
    Gabriele Bicchioni (1905-1987) was an Italian ceramicist and decorator. His remarkable work at the Maioliche Deruta factory in the 1920s and his collaboration with the "C.I.M.A." (Consorzio Italiano Maiolino de Deruta) in the 1930s contributed significantly to the artistic evolution of ceramics, establishing him as an iconic figure in the field. His creations, known for their elegance and fine metallic finishes, remain coveted collectibles, with some displayed at the Ceramic Museum of Deruta in Italy.
  • More Information
    Origin: France
    Period: 1920-1949
    Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use
    Creation Date: 1930
    Styles / Movements: Art Deco, Collectible Design
    Patterns: Handmade
    Incollect Reference #: 712858
  • Dimensions
    H. 19.29 in; Diam. 11.81 in;
    H. 49 cm; Diam. 30 cm;
Message from Seller:

Cedric, Alice and Damien are pleased to present our eclectic selection of 20th-century pieces, mainly from France, and from the 1940s to the 1970s. We curate our collection based on knowledge, intuition, and of course aesthetics. We restore all our pieces in house, and we truly care about design as much as our clients do. We are quite experienced in sourcing and international shipping, and we will be pleased to help you find the one-of-a-kind pieces you are looking for.

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