Around 1920. Beige earthenware with expressive glaze in yellow-green, blue and white colours. Balustershape with metal mount. Manufactory mark. H. 47,5 cm. - Boch Frères Kéramis was a factory founded by Victor Boch in 1841 in La Louvière in Belgium. First they produced a wide range of earthenware and stoneware, including white-bodied earthenware for household and table use and pieces in imitation of Delft and Middle eastern pottery. In 1906, Boch Frères hired a new artistic director, Charles Catteau, and the firm began to produce distinctively decorated artware vases in an ovoid shape under decorative influences from Japan.