Accolay 7 Lamp by Jean Gerbino
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|Accolay 7 Lamp by Jean Gerbino|
|At the start of the twentieth century, as in other French pottery centers, culinary pottery began to decline, with competition from metal containers. The economic crisis at the end of the 1930s, and the arrival of more suitable materials (aluminum, cast iron, stainless steel, etc.) took pottery away from its utilitarian function and began, towards the end of the 1940s, a very different development: ceramics artistic. This artistic movement is present from the end of the
nineteenth century with the Massier family. Clément, Delphin and Jérôme introduced colored enamels and metallic pigments into their ceramics. In 1930, Jean Gerbino (1876-1966) opened a workshop in which he created numerous pottery pieces by applying his unique mosaic process of colored earths. But it was in 1947, with the arrival of Picasso and his astonishing ceramic production carried out at the Madoura workshop. A new golden age edit
|Made in Vallauris France|
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