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GEORGES 
JOUVE

1910 - 1964

French ceramist, Georges Jouve, was first a theater decorator then opened his own ceramics workshop after the Second World War. He participated in numerous shows and exhibitions in France and abroad. He is also known for having been invited by Jacques Adnet to participate in the exhibition “La Céramique Contemporaine” of the Compagnie des Arts Français.

Georges Jouve | Sculpture | Cermic | Ours | Yellow | Furnoture

GEORGES JOUVE MATHIEU MATEGOT 
PATTE D'OURS - BASE

1955

Glazed and cracked ceramic bear paw
Signed with the artist’s initials alpha
H 8cm x W 20cm x D19cm

Leg in lacquered metal and rattan
H 55cm x W 32cm x D 30cm

georges jouve | Design | Furniture | Decoration | Art dumas limbach

GEORGES JOUVE MATHIEU MATEGOT 
PATTE D'OURS - BASE

1955

Glazed and cracked ceramic bear paw
Signed with the artist’s initials alpha
H 8cm x W 20cm x D19cm

Leg in lacquered metal and rattan
H 55cm x W 32cm x D 30cm

Georges Jouve | Glass | Cermic | French ceramist | post war | Dumas limbach

GEORGES JOUVE 
MAZAGRAN

n/a

Ceramic

H 31 cm x D 12 cm

Georges Jouve | Miror | Coat hook | Design | Post war | Furniture

GEORGES JOUVE 
COAT HANGER

1950

Ceramic

Metal structure, ceramic coat hook, original mirror
H 70 cm x W 66 cm

Georges Jouve | Mirror | Hook | Design | Mobilier | French | Dumas limbach | Art gallery | Buy

GEORGES JOUVE 
COAT HANGER

1950

Ceramic

Metal structure, ceramic coat hook, original mirror

Diameter at the widest 80 cm

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