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Green Tea, 1910

Stoneware
5 3/10 × 7 in
13.5 × 17.8 cm
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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This simple Green Tea vase has a slightly squashed spherical outline, with a short neck leading to …

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This simple Green Tea vase has a slightly squashed spherical outline, with a short neck leading to a large mouth. The truly interesting component of this piece, however, is the haphazardness of the glaze. Though regular in most areas, some spots remain unglazed, and the reddish-brown clay shines through the …

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Marks: Inscribed Artist's Signature
Auguste Delaherche
French, 1857–1940
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In 1887, after years of working in various industrial arts firms, Auguste Delaherche acquired a …

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In 1887, after years of working in various industrial arts firms, Auguste Delaherche acquired a Paris studio and began his career as a ceramist. He concentrated on simple forms with thick drip glazes inspired by Japanese pottery, occasionally employing relief decorations or modeling vases and dishes in vegetal shapes. …

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About the work
Jason Jacques Gallery
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This simple Green Tea vase has a slightly squashed spherical outline, with a short neck leading to …

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This simple Green Tea vase has a slightly squashed spherical outline, with a short neck leading to a large mouth. The truly interesting component of this piece, however, is the haphazardness of the glaze. Though regular in most areas, some spots remain unglazed, and the reddish-brown clay shines through the …

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Signature
Marks: Inscribed Artist's Signature
Auguste Delaherche
French, 1857–1940
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In 1887, after years of working in various industrial arts firms, Auguste Delaherche acquired a …

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In 1887, after years of working in various industrial arts firms, Auguste Delaherche acquired a Paris studio and began his career as a ceramist. He concentrated on simple forms with thick drip glazes inspired by Japanese pottery, occasionally employing relief decorations or modeling vases and dishes in vegetal shapes. …

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Green Tea, 1910

Stoneware
5 3/10 × 7 in
13.5 × 17.8 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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