1950s bowl & platter w/ Provençale house & chapel by Atelier Cerenne, Vallauris

SKU: 18337

This serenely painted bowl and platter date from the 1950s. The platter features a farmhouse while the bowl has a chapel. Both are very Provencal in style. The undulating edges are finished with pale green. They were made at the Cerennes Atelier in Vallauris during the 1950s and bear the atelier's stamp underneath. 

The Cerenne Workshop was a ceramic creation studio active in Vallauris between 1945 and 1958. Founded by Charles René Neveux, it derived its name from the contraction of its business name "Céramique René Neveux." At its peak, the workshop was one of Vallauris's largest, employing around fifty people, including fifteen decorators. Its production ranged from utility ceramics to unique pieces, fulfilling special orders for both French and international clients. 

Bowl measures 12½" diameter x 2¼" deep, platter 13½" x 9"
Bowl measures 32cm diameter x 6cm deep, platter 34cm x 23cm

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