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Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Born in Sicily in 1876, Jean Gerbino made his name in Vallauris, France, perfecting his own technique inspired by the Chinese Neriage - pottery
of the 7th Century Tang Dynasty. From his initial offerings in the
1930s, his mosaic-like work was appreciated and awarded many
times for decades to come, culminating in his earning France's Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in 1962. This is the largest example of his work we have seen - this stunningly complex vase stands over 16" tall.