A French Art Nouveau iridescent enamel-glazed ceramic charger by Clément Massier, after a design by Alphonse Mucha, depicting a woman's profile in Byzantine dress and jewels. Dated 1901. The particularity of this ceramic plate is that it combines Massier's talent as a ceramist and Mucha's talent as a draftsman. Indeed, the blond Byzantine head depicted on the charger was originally designed by Mucha in 1897, as part of his artistic diptych " The Byzantine Heads". Signed, ''Clement Massier - Golfe Juan - (AM) MGM 1901 2''. Dimensions: 19 3/4'' diameter x 2'' high.
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