Sheryls Art Deco Emporium - Craquelier

Sheryls Art Deco Emporium

Warlingham, Surrey, U.K.
10 minutes from Junction 6 of the M25.

Telephone: (U.K.) 01883 620767 . . (International) 00 44 1883 620767. . (Mobile) 07970 493464

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Craquelier - Page 1

This section is devoted to ceramic crackle glaze and faience items.

Duck by Lemenceau
This stylised duck is quite rare and was designed by Lemenceau for the Saint Clement factory during the 1930s. It can be viewed in the Craquelier book, page 37. It measures 16.5 inches (42cm) long and 9 inches (23cm) high, and is stamped underneath with the Saint Clement logo and bears the early Lemenceau signature. Condition is good but it does show signs of a restoration to the tip of his tail, and has 2 small chips to the corner of the base. He is priced accordingly at £375.

Ref: CH613 . . . £375

Ceramic Fish by Geo Conde
A stylised crackle glaze fish in cream and brown glaze and a signed peice by Geo Conde. It measures 10.5 inches high and 11 inches wide (27 x 28cm), is marked France and model number 730, and has another impressed mark which is indistinct, but probably St Clement. Conde made 2 versions of this piece and this is the smaller version.

Ref: CH660 . . . £195

Bich Group by Lemanceau
Beautiful green glazed ceramic deer group, signed Lemanceau and measuring almost 19 inches long and 13.5 inches high (48x34cm). Condition is very good with a few minor edge nicks - quite common for these items.

Ref: CH728 . . . £275

Large Ceramic Deer by Yerna
A lovely French ceramic deer with speckled grey and red glaze, signed J. Yerna to the front of the base and made in Bordeaux. Measures 27 x 4.75 (69x11cm) and a height of 14 inches (36cm). Condition is good with just two tiny chips - one to one of the ears and the other to one corner of the base. A further study of a panther by Yerna can be viewed in the Les Craqueles book on page 136.

Ref: CH729 . . . £995

Ceramic Rabbit
Lovely French ceramic crackleglaze rabbit, measuring approx. 11 inches (28cm) long and 5.5 inches high. He has a speckled brown glaze but no makers mark. Condition is good but does have some small chips mainly to his nose.

Ref: CH732 . . . £165

Ceramic Hound Dog by Rivet
French modernist faience hound dog statue. Marked Atelier D'art de Saleins-les-dains France to the base, and signed Rivet. It measures 18 inches (46cm) long by 6.5 high (17cm). In excellent vintage condition.

Ref: CH1340 . . . £295

Clown a La Boule by Bouraine
French art deco ceramic craquelier clown statue by Marcel Bouraine - signed to the base. It also bears an Aladin Luxe shop label to the back. It measures 18 inches long by 4.75 inches deep by 11.5 inches high (46cm x 12cm x 29cm). In very good vintage condition. This same statue was also made in art metal as a table lamp and I currently have one of these in stock.

Ref: CH1732 . . . £1,695

Rare Deer by Cassin
An art deco craquelier leaping deer ceramic statue. Signed to the base Cassin and produced by Moulin des loops company in France in the 1920s. A drawing of this same statue can be seen in the Craqueles book on page 62. Casino was also a famous landscape artist in the late 1920s. It measures 17 inches long by 5 inches deep by 13 inches high (43cm x 12.5 inches by 33cm). Condition is good with one small chip to the inner rim hidden under the base inside the statue.

Ref: CH1629 . . . £295

Rare Cricketer Vase
This Art deco crackle glaze jug vase is a mystery to me, as it looks like a Lindsey B but I believe it is older and probably dates to the 1920s. Lindsey B did a very similar statue of a cricketer in the same pose - perhaps this was the inspiration for her model which was made in the early 1980s. The LB version was a statue and this one is a ceramic vase with the opening on his right hand shoulder. He measures a large 16 inches (41cm) high. Condition is good with just a couple of age related marks and tiny glaze chips. There is a firing crack at the car of his neck but it is there from new.

Ref: CH1654 . . . £395

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