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Edouard Marcel Sandoz

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Sandoz French Art Deco Eagle Pitcher

This French art deco porcelain eagle pitcher was designed by Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881-1971) for the Haviland Limojes Company in 1916. The pitcher is known as “pichet-aigle” and is number 2 in the company catalog. The pitcher is pictured in “Les creations porcelaine d’ Edouard Marcel Sandoz” by Jean Claude Segonds on page 130. It is 9 ½” high.

Sandoz Toucan Candy Box

Theodore Haviland of Limojes, France originally edited this candy box of a toucan after a model by Edouard Marcel Sandoz in 1922. Fifty years later, Haviland released a second edition limited to 1000 examples. This is number 36 of that sold out edition. The toucan is 7” long and 5 ½” high.

Sandoz French Art Deco Large Duck Box

  This large French art deco porcelain duck candy box was designed by Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881 - 1971) for the Haviland Limoges Company in 1916. The box is known as "Bonbonniere – canard mandarin" and is number 11 in the catalogue Raisone. The box is pictured in "Les creations in Porcelaine d’ Edoard Marcel Sandoz " by Jean Calude Segonds on page 130. It is 5" high and 9 ½" long  

French Art Deco Porcelain Salt Cellar by Edouard-Marcel Sandoz

This French art deco porcelain double salt cellar was designed in 1917 by Edouard-Marcel Sandoz (1881 - 1971) for the Haviland Limoges Company. The “Flying Fish” with blue body and yellow eyes and fins stands guard over your salt. Known as “Saliere Poisson”, it is number 28 in the company literature. It is pictured on pages 80 and 132 in “Les Creations en Porcelaine D’ Edouard-Marcel Sandoz” by Jean Segonds. The cellar is 3” high and 3 ½” wide and is in excellent condition.

Nine French Art Deco Kissing Fish Knife Rests by Sandoz for Haviland

This set of nine whimsical French art deco “Kissing Fish” knife rests was designed in 1916 by Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881 – 1971) for the Haviland Limoges Porcelain Company.  The set consists of four blue rests, three yellow rests and two green rests.   Known as “Les Porte-Couteau Poisson” they are number 30 in the company literature and pictured on pages 137 and 62-63 in Les Creations en Porcelaine d’Edouard Marcel Sandoz” by Jean Segonds.  Each knife rest is 4” long and is in excellent condition.

French Art Deco Sandoz Porcelain Singing Frog Vase

This humorous French art deco porcelain vase was designed by Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881 – 1971) for the Haviland Limoges Company in 1916.  The yellow frog on his green lily pad seems to be belting out an aria with his hand on his chest. The vase, known as “Porte – Bouquet - Grenouille” is number 36 in the Catalogue Raisone. It is pictured on page 134 in “Les Creations en Porcelaine d’ Edouard  Marcel Sandoz”  by Jean Segonds. The vase is 6” high.

French Art Deco Sandoz Porcelain Fish Vase For Haviland Limoges

This striking vase was designed by the famous sculptor Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881 – 1971) for the Haviland Limoges Company.  Edited in 1917 as “Le Vase – Poissone de Chine”, it is one of the first examples of Sandoz’ work for Haviland.  He received the contract to produce porcelain animal figures for Haviland when the directors enthused over his drawing for this vase.  The vase is reproduced (in an all white glaze) in “Les Creations en Porcelaine d’Edouard Marcel Sandoz by Jean Claude Segonds on page 58 and is number 8 in the Catalogue Raisone.  The vase is 9 ½” high.

French Art Deco Set of Three Sandoz Fox Boxes for Haviland

The “Bat-Eared” fox was arguably the signature piece of Edouard Marcel Sandoz’s (1881 – 1971) sculpture.  He returned to the animal again in various poses; sitting, standing and curled up looking wistfully at the viewer.  He drew the fox, painted the fox, cast it in bronze (Up to seven individuals in one piece) and for the Haviland Limoges Company designed it for three boxes of various sizes in 1921.  Known as the “Bonbonniere-Fenek” it is pictured on page 135 in Les Creations en Porcelaine d’Edourard Marcel Sandoz by Jean Segonds.  The boxes are 4 ½”, 5” and 6 ½” in diameter and are in excellent condition.

Sandoz Art Deco Tea For Two

Created between the wars by the Swiss sculptor Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881 - 1971), this art deco porcelain tea for two set was produced by the Haviland Company in Limoges, France. We have a large collection of Sandoz's figurines.

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