Drinking cup Bernard Dubois: Kerlinga Bredene 1961-1976 - Bouffioulx - Glazed ceramic - Belgium - 1961
Very rare ceramic drinking cup in perfect condition by the Belgian ceramist Bernard Dubois, made for Bouffioulx. Released on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Kerlinga campsite in Bredene aan Zee in 1961 with the inscription 'Kerlinga Bredene 1961-1976'. The other side features an abstract Art Deco representation of what resembles a seagull above the sea with a sailboat. Signed on the bottom by Bernard Dubois and numbered 330, with original sticker 'Tourne Main Bouffioulx'.
In Bouffioulx, the manufacture of pottery in salt-glazed sandstone dates back to the Middle Ages (13th century). In the book of master potters of 1595, the name of Georges CRAME, ancestor of the current potter Bernard DUBOIS, appears. He and his family take over the 13th generation of potters from father to son and daughter.
Status report: in very good condition
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