This Charles Greber miniature vessel measures 3" high by 3" in diameter. It has a very handsome form, with a sloping, angled shoulder. Greber Pottery has a long and heralded history in France. Charles was born in 1853 in Beauvais, France. He worked with his father, also a potter, until his father's death in 1899. He started his own pottery around that time, and enjoyed success in his Art Nouveau and Art Deco designs until his death in 1933. This stoneware vessel is glazed in a wonderfully organic drip glaze in blue and mocha, with great character. It is marked on the base. This miniature bauble is in factory mint condition, with a glaze nick/splinter at the base edge, which is shown in the photos. This handsome Greber pot would make a fine addition to any collection.
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