Pair of Pan Majolica Vases Attributed to Thomas-Victor Sergent, 19th Century

Pair of Pan Majolica Vases Attributed to Thomas-Victor Sergent, 19th Century

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Thomas-Victor Sergent (active in Paris between 1870-1885). The achievements of Thomas Victor Sergent recall the importance of the figure of Bernard Palissy in the nineteenth century and the myth that surrounds his work as a ceramist. After a series of experiments on colored enamels, Palissy specializes in polychrome enamel ceramics. A number of artists in Tours then in Paris claim this tradition and revive the characters of this particular ceramic that Palissy himself had referred to as "rustique figulines.". Thomas Victor Sergent active in Paris between 1870 and 1885 participated in this craze and can be considered as one of the three largest palissystes in the nineteenth century with Victor Barbizet (1805-1870) and Georges Pull (1810-1889). Sergeant stands out for the technical quality of its enamel hard and deep, with bright, contrasting colors, such as shiny cobalt blue, and uses casting more often than modeling. Price is for a pair of vases, 7"h. Good condition.

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Name: STACKED! 12000 sq/ft in Weston!
Location: Boston MA
Fulfillment: Complimentary Curbside Loading at Michael’s Movers on Saturday June 15th

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