Palissy Style - French Majolica Figural Lizard by Thomas Sergent

Thomas Sergent (France, 19th Century)

Palissy Style - French Majolica Figural Lizard by Thomas Sergent


This French majolica lizard, made in the second half of the nineteenth century by the master potter, Thomas-Victor Sergent, is naturalistically molded on a textured and mottled ground, with a green foliage and shells.


Origin France
Category Majolica
Period 19th Century
Style Victorian

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"Sergent became an important majolica maker from the School of Paris around 1870, specializing in Palissy ware, ceramics produced in the style of the famous sixteenth century French potter, Bernard Palissy, who popularized a rustic form of ceramic art. He made all of his materials, including his enamels, glazes and even his own clay formula, as well as his own molds. Sergent exhibited at International Exhibitions in Amsterdam, London, Paris and Vienna."