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A 20th century French vintage collectible pitcher or jug of circular shape crafted in a green iridescent color.
Signed at reverse Alphonse Cytère, a notable ceramist who invented the metallic effect on ceramic.
1903 Alphonse Cytere set up an art pottery studio in Rambervillers which has been specialized in unusual and iridescent glazes on organic forms. The pieces produced has been designed by prestigious artists of the Ecole de Nancy (Bussiere, Gruber, Jeandelle, Majorelle for example). Source: Collectors weekly
Italian Mid-Century Modern handblown freeform Murano centerpiece, decorative dish or vide poche by Flavio Poli for Seguso Vetri d'Arte. Designed and crafted in Sommerso technique in superb hues of green and yellow.
Italy. Circa 1950's.