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Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938)
Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938) - Porcelain & Faience Style Art nouveau Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938) - Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938) - Art nouveau
Ref : 100813
1 850 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Camille Naudot (1862-1938)
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Porcelain
Dimensions :
H. 1.57 inch | Ø 3.15 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938) 20th century - Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938) Art nouveau - Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938)
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Porcelain cup by Camille Naudot (1862-1938)

Cup on foot with motifs of leaves and flowers in enamelled porcelain by Camille Naudot.

Camille Naudot (1862-1938) was the son of a porcelain merchant and it was natural that he attended the Ecole de Sèvres. He created his company in 1893 in Raincy and sold his pieces to a wealthy clientele in his store on rue d'Auber. He collaborated with Fernand Thesmar and is best known for the development of his technique known as "grains of rice", where he hollows out the porcelain and fills the holes with translucent enamel. The delicacy of his work is praised in many exhibitions, including the Universal Exhibit.

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Porcelain & Faience