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Arts and Crafts Pottery Liqueur Set by DENBAC Vierzon 1925











 

    This liqueur set with 1 bottle and 7 cups in sea shades with its original hammered tray in silver nikel made by Denbac around 1925 in an Art Nouveau form and charming arts and crafts glazes It is in mint condition and signed Denbac on the bottom with the number 124 for the bottle and n°191 for the liqueur cups. 8 6/8" tall, 3 1/2"diameter for the bottle and 2" tall, 1 3/8" diameterfor the cup, for the tray 18 3/4" length 5 " width. Denbac biography: This art pottery was made between 1909 and 1952 in Vierzon, France. The pottery was formed by a talented artist/ceramist, René Denert, and his business partner, René-Louis Balichon - hence the name, Denbac. Modern style molding and complex coloring and glazes were their trademarks. Unfortunately, after the war and the deaths of the two partners, a pottery that was more about art than production could not last and it closed in 1952.

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For our French-speaking friends: Service à eau de vie en grès émaillé de bel qualité est dans de joli ton d'écume de mer. Il est composé d'un pichet et de sept gobelets avec son plateau d'origine en métal blanc. Il est né vers 1925 de la Société Denert et Balichon, à Vierzon (inscrite à la Chambre de commerce le 6 janvier 1921). C'est la contraction des deux noms qui donne naissance à la signature Denbac. Le pichet est en parfait état et signé sur le fond de la marque en noir model n°124. Les gobelets signés en creux, en parfait état aussi, sont du model n°191 du catalogue. Hauteur du pichet 22 cm, diamètre du pichet 9.3 cm, hauteur des gobelets 5 cm, diamètre des gobelets 3.5 cm, pour le plateau : largeur 47.5 cm; profondeur 12.5 cm.

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