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Lambercy Swiss Mid-Century Modern Studio Pottery Platter

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Lambercy Swiss Mid-Century Modern Studio Pottery Platter

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A rare and unusual Phillippe Lambercy, Swiss 1950's studio pottery platter. The platter is painted with a mirrored abstract, cubist inspired decor. The platter measures 1.4 x 11 x 15 inches and is in very good condition.

About Philippe Lambercy: After training at the Ecole Suisse de Céramique, he worked as a freelance ceramicist from 1939 to 1952 in the German part of Switzerland and befriended the artists, Mario Mascarin and Edouard Chapallaz. During this time, he also taught at the schools of arts and crafts in Bern and Zurich. He is considered to be the pioneer of the 20th century pottery design movement in Switzerland & Europe. He is known for his exploration of new forms and glaze techniques. From 1952 to 1979, he led the department of ceramics at the "Ecole des Arts Décortifs de Genéve". His works are in collections and museums all over the world.

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Short name No
designer Lambercy, Philippe
Colour (free text) No
Condition very good condition
Height 1.4
Pillow Size N/A
Pillow insert No
Country of Origin No