Léon Sazérat Majolica Boy Designed by Albert Carrier Belleuse

Albert Carrier Belleuse (France, 19th Century)

Léon Sazérat Majolica Boy Designed by Albert Carrier Belleuse

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Léon Sazérat majolica Boy playing Aulos designed by Albert Carrier Belleuse, modeled as a young Boy blowing Aulos, measurement 8 x 14 inches height (circa 1870)

Matching pair with a Girl with Shell designed by Albert Carrier Belleuse

The Léon Sazérat Company was pottery factory in Limoges established in 1852.

At the 1855 Universal Exhibition in Paris, he was praised for several pieces bringing lightness and fancy. Léon Sazérat (1831-1891) was overwhelmingly triumphant at the 1878 Universal Exhibition in Paris, where his pieces were described as the noblest pieces ever produced, and where further variations of the Minton ‘’Victor Simyan Vase’’ was exhibited.

DIAMETER: 8 in | HEIGHT: 14 in

Origin France
Category Majolica
Circa1870
Period 19th Century
Style Victorian
ConditionExcellent

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