1950s Beauce Canada emerald green dripglaze vase
A stunning vase in an bright emerald green 'molten' glaze. The vase in a tulip head shape with scalloped top, all of it's 8.5 inches height are in great condition. Marked underneath 'Beauce 1546 Canada', it dates late 1950s. Perfect as a centerpiece for flowers, or why not have it as an indoor planter?
The glazing technique may remind you of Blue Mountain Pottery (BMP), which was produced by another famous Canadian company located in Ontario.
Established in the first half of the century in 1939, and operating until 1989, the company diffused an innovative image by establishing the production of an industrialized utilitarian art: pottery. The ceramic products of Beauce transgressed the local market place and quickly reached the Canadian, American and European markets. The Ceramics of Beauce Inc remains a striking example of the resounding evolution of the Beauce "entrepreneurship" venture. In the beginning of the fifties, pieces were not marked. Later on you will find Beauce Canada or a hand mark of the ceramist, such as the initials of their name"
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