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Boch Freres Pair*
These two vases from Boch Freres were offered to us as a pair since their shape and size match even though the decoration on each one is distinctly different. We too are offering them as a pair but will sell them individually if preferred.
Standing around 30 cm high, they are painted with stylised floral designs in the vibrant colours that are so typical of this maker. The stripes in each pattern just go to emphasise the Art Deco look.
Both marked on the underside and numbered D 681 and D 948A. There is a slight manufacturing flaw to one of the yellow stripes (see photos) but this is not apparent on display. Dating from around 1925.
£220 for the pair or £120 each.