FRENCH ART DECO COPPER & CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL COUPE

by Pierre Carrel (1892-1951)
France, 1920-1925


11 3/8" diameter

Handwrought copper dinanderie martele coupe with central red, black and brown champlevé enamel geometric design.

Three dinandiers were pupils of Jean Dunand: Pierre Carrel, Claudius Linossier and Laurent Llaurensou.
Pierre Carrel was cited on the occasion of the Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in 1925 as the equal of Dunand and Linossier. He preferred copper worked with the hammer and knew how to enrich the copper with champlevé enamel.

Impressed pierre carrel/ PARIS underneath.

$2,400 - Inv. #615