Jacques Blin in Vallauris

Jacques Blin (1920-1995) is one of the most highly collected mid-century French ceramicists from Vallauris. His style is immediately recognisable, characterised by a more or less a misty appearance of the glaze and by decoration deeply marked in the raw clay.
, 'Burnt-Orange Vase with Animal Motifs,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Burnt-Orange Vase with Animal Motifs, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£2,950

Contact Gallery
, 'Ceramic Sake Pitcher,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Ceramic Sake Pitcher, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£550

Contact Gallery
, 'Blue Ceramic Jug,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Blue Ceramic Jug, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£460

Contact Gallery
, 'Ceramic Vase,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Ceramic Vase, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£2,050

Contact Gallery
, 'Ceramic Pitcher,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Ceramic Pitcher, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£650

Contact Gallery
, 'Ceramic French Lamp,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Ceramic French Lamp, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£750

Contact Gallery
, 'Ceramic Candle Holders,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Ceramic Candle Holders, 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

£750

Contact Gallery
, 'Ceramic Gourd-Shaped Lamp by Jacques Blin ,' 1950-1959, Bureau of Interior Affairs

Jacques Blin

Ceramic Gourd-Shaped Lamp by Jacques Blin , 1950-1959

Bureau of Interior Affairs

Sold

Contact Gallery