Jason Jacques Top 12 European Pottery Finds in Heritage Auctions' Design Sale

Art Fix Daily

October 19, 2017

For the novice or seasoned collector wanting to dip their feet into the field of European art pottery, the Jason Jacques collection is a perfect way to start. Here are Jason's top 12 picks with estimates starting as low as $350 for such amazing pieces offered in the Heritage Auctions' Design Sale on October 24 in Dallas. No one is more in tune with the fieldthan Jason who has been carrying on a love affair with everything ceramic.

*Rene Herbst, Tassel Vase, 1923

*Henri-Leon Charles Robalbhen, Red Basket, circa 1895

*Lucien Gaillard, Iris Ewer, circa 1905, Atelier de Glatigny

*Clément Massier, Dandelion Vase, circa 1900

*Félix Bracquemond, Lobster Plate from the Rousseau Service, 1867

*Delphin Masssier, Flower and Insect Vase, 1897

*Edmond Lachenal, Covered Box, circa 1918

*Fernand Rumebe, Footed Bowl, circa 1920

*Atelier de Breteuil, Grotesque Fish Jug, circa 1910

*Edmond Lachenal, Lava and Jade Vase, circa 1900

*Maurice Savin, Figural Jug, 1933-1934

*Henri-Léon Charles Robalbhen, Floral Vase, 1897-1898

Says Jason T. Busch, gallery director: “As the gallery further develops its contemporary art program, and seeks connections between past and present, Jason Jacques and I have initiated the sale for established collectors, and those beginning on the journey, to acquire some of the best European ceramics of the last 150 years.”

Objects selected for the sale, made by French, Italian, German, English, Hungarian, and Dutch firms, are noteworthy in the quality of their realistic modeling, arresting glazes, and technical prowess. The objects have been collected over several decades, reflecting works rarely seen by masters of the Art Pottery Renaissance.

About Jason Jacques Gallery

Founded in 1991, Jason Jacques Gallery, the preeminent purveyor of late 19th- and early 20th-century European ceramics, is a primary driver in elevating contemporary design. The company mounts exhibitions throughout the year at its gallery at East 73rd Street and Madison Avenue, in addition to participating in design fairs in Miami, San Francisco, Maastricht, and New York. Its touted publications include Exotica, a compendium of essays by leading scholars on French master ceramists. Works sold by Jason Jacques Gallery are owned by art museums throughout the country, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Detroit Institute of Arts; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

About Heritage Auctions

Heritage Auctions is the largest fine art and collectibles auction house founded in the United States, and the world’s largest collectibles auctioneer. Heritage maintains offices in New York, Dallas, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Chicago, Palm Beach, London, Paris, Geneva, Amsterdam and Hong Kong.

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