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Rare Art Nouveau #fireplace attributed to Charles Gréber with squirrels decor, circa 1900 #frenchantiques

Rare Art Nouveau fireplace attributed to Charles Gréber with squirrels decor - Ceramic-iron

This rare ceramic and solid oak mantelpiece was made around 1900 in the Art Nouveau style. It is attributed to Charles Gréber (1853 -1935), famous member of the Gréber Family, dynasty of ceramists from Beauvais (France). An ornamentation of fauna and flora decorates it. In the central part two squirrels, the cornice is punctuated with flower buds, the detached columns with lilies and the hearth framed by a frieze of acorns and oak leaves. All these elements are made in ceramic tiles in…

In Beauvais (France), we can see the Greber House made by GREBER Charles (1853-1935), ceramist and THOREL Maurice, architect in 1911

In Beauvais (France), we can see the Greber House made by GREBER Charles (1853-1935), ceramist and THOREL Maurice, architect in 1911

GREBER Charles (1853-1935), Ceramist et Fidélie BORDEZ, architect, Bordez-Greber House, Mouy (Oise), France

GREBER Charles (1853-1935), Ceramist et Fidélie BORDEZ, architect, Bordez-Greber House, Mouy (Oise), France

Rare stoneware fireplace decorated with pine cones by Charles Greber

Rare stoneware fireplace decorated with pine cones by Charles Greber - Ceramic-iron

This rare antique fireplace model was made by Charles Gréber from the Gréber Family, large dynasty of stoneware manufacturers in the Beauvais area. This Art Deco style fireplace was made around the 1930's out of pastel purple and blue coloured stoneware. The straight lines are typical of the Art Deco style. The decor of pine cones and foliage stand out in relief.

Antique ceramic Art Nouveau style fireplace made by Charles Gréber

Antique ceramic Art Nouveau style fireplace made by Charles Gréber - Ceramic-iron

Very original Art Nouveau fireplace made out of stoneware circa 1900. This fireplace was made by Charles Gréber, a Gréber Family Manufacturer in Beauvais. This fireplace is published in the catalogue Manufacture de grès de Beauvais. Faïence et terre cuite pour architecture Greber, Tabary, Commien, circa 1900.

Greber Charles (1853-1935) and Greber Pierre (1896-1965) were two ceramists and designed this dolfin sellette between 1880 and 1899. This item is recovered with a subtle turquoise and green glazed.

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This Art Nouveau flower box was designed by Greber Charles (1853-1935) around 1900. It was made in pink and blue camaieu glazed ceramic.

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The ceramist Greber Charles (1853-1935) designed this glazed stoneware vase in 1910. It is in the Orsay Museum Collections in Paris.

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Ceramists Greber Charles (1853-1935) and Greber Pierre (1896-1965). This pair of vases is inspired by the renaissance, the form is called "gourd" or "canteen". A green glaze covers the entire object, enhaussing the ornaments.

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Ceramists Greber Charles (1853-1935) and Greber Pierre (1896-1965).  This goat's head is a detail of a large vase set on a column made of turquoise and blue glazed ceramic.

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Ceramists Greber Charles (1853-1935) and Greber Pierre (1896-1965).  Those two urns were made in glazed ceramic between 1880 and 1899. The vibrant blue glaze emphasis the sobriety of the neo-classical style.

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Bust of E. Frémiet, the famous sculptor of the 19th Century, by H. Gréber. This sculpture is located at the Institut, in Paris.

Le buste de Frémiet par Greber, conservé dans la salle des scéances publiques de l'Institut : [photographie de presse] / Agence Meurisse

Le buste de Frémiet par Greber, conservé dans la salle des scéances publiques de l'Institut : [photographie de presse] / Agence Meurisse -- 1912 -- images

Plate realized by Pierre Greber and Françoise Hebbrecht Greber. Those two ceramists were heirs of the Greber Manufactory. FIn art Museum of Beauvais, France.

Hebbrecht Françoise Greber, Pierre Greber, Plat

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Vase decorated with dancers, realized by the two ceramists (heir of the Greber Factory) Pierre Gréber and Françoise Gréber-Hebbrecht. Fine arte Museum of Beauvais, France.

Pierre Gréber et Françoise Gréber-Hebbrecht, céramistes. - Musée départemental de l'Oise - Art Aujourd'hui

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