We’ve just received a new collection of French Art Nouveau art pottery, including the piece shown above.
Made by Poterie Renault in Argent-sur-Sauldre, France, this piece perfectly captures the contradiction of the best Art Nouveau pottery—a controlled, fulsome form finished with random, dripping abandon. Poterie Renault was founded in 1847 and continues to produce pottery to this day, mostly high-end cookware and culinary accoutrement.
Please visit the shop of have a look at our on-line store to see more of these new acquisitions. Click on the photo above to learn more about this piece in particular.
More about our new pottery tomorrow.