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Ernest Bussière Glazed Ceramic Vide-Poche


Two interlocking conch shells make up the composition of this lovely ceramic vide-poche, designed by Ernest Bussière and produced by Keller et Guérin. The interlocking shells, with their soft, robust edges and wonderful, naturalistic undulations are rendered in a muted palette of pastel pinks and greens and creams, all executed in glazes.

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Item #: C-1597
Artist: Ernest Bussière, produced by Keller et Guérin
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 2.5" height, 7.5" width, 2" depth
Materials: Ceramic

"Vide-poche" in English translates to "empty-pocket," it is the name given to catch-alls and other delightful dishes that were plentiful at this time as they offered decorative artists the opportunity for great creative exploration.