SOLD ITEM 4330 - Antique French Longchamp vase c1900

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Longchamp vase. It is French majolica pottery, made circa 1920. Longchamp is situated in the Burgundy region of France, not far from Dijon. At the end of the 19th century, Robert Charbonnier decided to revamp an existing pottery with great success. Longchamp specialized in majolica planters and vases with applied flowers in high relief and plates and platters with applied fruits in high relief. They also made oyster and asparagus plates. The company is still in business today.
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