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The back side of the fan has typical HB fleur-de-lys motifs.

All four sides of the base are sprinkled with different patterns, and there are two glazed holes in the base for hanging the vase, which is unusual.

This one, from the HB factory, depicts a Breton couple with flower motifs.

The blue and red design in the lower area is itself fan-shaped, and ends dramatically with a butterfly and flower design on the far right.

The interior is separated into three sections to facilitate flower arranging.

Fan vases always have the same basic shape but are decorated in multiple ways with appealing decors.

Ceramic art is one of the arts, particularly the visual arts. While some ceramics are considered fine art, some are considered to be decorative, industrial or applied art objects.

Ceramics may also be considered artefacts in archaeology.

Typical pieces have a white background with designs that nearly always include blue, and often green, yellow and orange.The two 9" plates shown here provide an interesting look at classic Quimper pieces as they evolved from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Long pants seemed to go out of style at the HB factory around that time, making this plate one of the last of its kind.There is a charming, naive quality to this jaunty, exceptionally tall figure as he marches across the countryside.The company moved its operation to Zanesville, Ohio in 1889 and eventually added decorative art pottery lines to its inventory to compete with other potters such as Rookwood.Weller acquired Lonhuda Pottery in 1894, which lead to the company’s well-known Louwelsa line produced from 1886 through the early 1920s.A number of other lines popular with today’s collectors stemmed from the creativity of the many art directors Weller employed through the years.