Boch Freres Stoneware: Vases, Gres Keramis, Belgium, 1920s, Charles Catteau
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Here’s a gorgeous matte-finish stoneware vase by the Boch Freres Company with abstract floral details in brown, black, beige, ocean blue and a sea-foam green that’ll steal your heart. It was made in Belgium circa 1929 and is signed Gres Keramis.
A lovely Boch vase, with a sort of lily pad design, painted in brown, green, and black, with a matte finish that gives it an organic look. Made in Belgium and signed Gres Keramis/Ch. Catteau.
A 1930′s Boch vase (stoneware) painted in brown, green, and purple, which gives the piece a mottled appearance and emphasizes the white, floral band around the middle. Made in Belgium and signed Gres Keramis.
A stoneware vase by the Boch Company, painted in tan, black, grey, and beige. Made in Belgium and signed Gres Keramis.
A beautiful example of a stoneware vase by the Boch Freres Company. The vase has a matte finish, with a plant motif painted in aqua and browns against a beige ground. Made in Belgium and sign Keramis.
This lovely vase is decorated with dripping glaze, which gives it a uniquely organic quality . The vase is signed by Charles Catteau