Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small
£250

Vintage French Ceramic Vase by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s) - Small

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Raymonde Leduc

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Vintage ceramic vase (or pencil holder if you prefer) by Raymonde Leduc (circa 1970s). Sandstone coloured small vessel with plant motifs inlaid on all four sides. In good overall condition with just a single, very slight visible chip under the lip on one of the sides. In the style of Roger Capron. Underside covered in felt. Upon request a video of the piece may be provided. Signed 'R. Leduc'.

About the Artist: Raymonde Leduc is famous for using the plants of Provence's garrigue to inlay the decoration in his ceramic pieces. Leduc was a student of the master ceramicist from Vallauris, France, Roger Capron. Capron's creations contributed to a veritable renaissance of pottery and ceramics in that era and he left behind a considerable body of internationally acclaimed works which is collected worldwide.

Dimensions:

H 14.5 cm / 5.7"

W 7.7 cm / 3"

D 7.7 cm / 3"

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