Tall Beautiful Bright & Fresh Faience vase from the studios of Boch Frères in La Louvière, Belgium.
Plant & floral decor.
Estimated between 1925 - 1949
The vase is in very good condition with some crackling due to age and the changes in temperature.
Height 38cm and 14cm diameter - The opening at the top is 10.5cm
During the Belgian revolution of 1830 and the period of mutiny afterwards (1830-1839) the family BOCH had already acquired a tradition in the field of faience and a lot of strategic experience in anticipating politic and economic developments.
The family build up this know-how since 1748, the year François BOCH decided to abandon his occupation of iron caster to make ceramics in Audun-le-Tiche (Lorraine), assisted by his son in law Pierre Valette and by his three sons.
They decide to produce simple pieces for the largest possible public, made from loam from Luxemburg. François Boch deceased in 1854 and the faience factory was taken over by his three youngest sons.