Large Vallauris flowerpot
This big flowerpot (27 X 35 cm!) Is the work of an illustrious member of a famous family of ceramists from Vallauris who produced over a century many objects now appearing in great collections or in museums. Marked hollow bottom “V” for Vallauris, Monogrammed, and signed in full.
Decor gold a little worn, oak leaves and other plants on a red background almost burgundy tinting green, slight scratches on the neck.
Very decorative especially with a beautiful lemon tree.
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