LIST  OF  FIGURES

 

 

l.   Three sizes of saloir.  (Musée du Berry).

 

2.   In the dairy: utensils for the collection, storage and preparation

     of dairy-products.  (Musée du Berry).

 

3.   At night; a selection of oil lamps, candlesticks and lanterns.

     (Musée du Berry).

 

4.   In the fields: Bottles, pichets and porte-diners (lunch pots whose

     lids serve as dishes).  (Musée du Berry)

 

5.   An early post-card showing a 'tour à bâton'.

 

6.   View of one of the remaining grands fours of La Borne showing the

     foyer, with the swelling form of the kiln chamber in the background.

 

7.   Portrait bust of Thaumas de la Thaumassière H: 0.740 m.  (Musée du

     Berry).

 

8.   'Cuveau de lessive' for washing clothes (Musée du Berry).

 

9.   The early épi de faîtage, l760. H: 0.46 m.  (Musée du Berry).

 

l0.  Ridge tile, signed J. Talbot, l777; pot; terrine à pâté, signed

     Jacques Talbot; and arrosoir d'intérieur with inscription

     'Apartien à Monsieur Le Curé de Coigny du/l5 juillet l777/fait par

     moy/Chollet. (Musée du Berry).

 

ll.  Cidrier, signed by Jacques Sébastien Talbot, H: l.00 m.  (Musée du

     Berry).

 

l2.  Croix de carrefour, by Jacques Sébastien Talbot, H: 3.60 m.

     (Musée du Berry)

 

l3.  Detail of upper members of No. l2 above.

 

l4.  Croix de Carrefour.  Inscription on rear '... raboin, Jacques

     Talbot, l834', H: 0.595 m. (Musée du Berry).

 

l5.  Fontaine, attributed to Jacques Sébastien Talbot. H: 0.460 m.

     Print taken from l935 negative of M. Robert Brault. (Musée du

     Berry).

 

l6.  Pichet, with inscription 'Brot apartien à moi Baujar l83l - Jacques

     Sébastien Talbot, (Collection Franàois Guillaume).

 

 

l7.  Two pichets, attributed to Jacques-Sébastien Talbot, (Musée du

     Berry).

 

 

l8.  Epi de faîtage, with inscription, 'l8l0', between intertwined palm

     leaves, and on the side, 'faite par Moy Jacques Talbot de La Borne,

     commune d'Hanrichemont.' H: 0.565 m. (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

l9.  Fontaine, attributed to Jacques-Sébastien Talbot, H: 0.550 m.

     (Collection François Guillaume).

 

20. Pichet, attributed to Jean Chenu, H: 0.220 m. (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

2l.  Pichet, with inscription 'fait p(ar moi) Jean Chenu fils de

     François Chenu tous deux p(ot)ier en terre de' on edge.  On the

     base is written the following 'l832 je vous dire que voilla un

     Bros qui aies fait par Moix potier en terre demurant aux Grande  Poterie             

      paroisse d`Humbligny canton d`Hanrichmont departeMant du Chairre l832'

           H: 0.290 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

22.  Pichet, attributed to either Jacques-Sébastien or Marie Talbot,

     H: o.220 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

23.  Fontaine, bearing inscription 'fait par moi Marie Talbot, Marie

     Talbot', H: 0.655 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

24.  Fontaine, unglazed, with inscription 'fait par moi Marie Marie

     Talbot', H: 0.620 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

25.  Bonnes Femmes, attributed to Marie Talbot, H: 0.265 m. (Musée du

     Berry)

 

26.  Bouteille, on the base the inscription 'fait par moi Marie Talbot

     à la Borne', H: 0.360 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

27.  Three bouteilles of the caricature type 'polichinelle', The figure

     on the left bears the inscription 'fait par moi Marie Talbot',

     H: 0.250 (Musée du Berry).

 

28.  Two écritoires, attributed to Marie Talbot, H: 0.225 m. and

     0.240 m. (Musée du Berry).

 

29.  Two écritoires in the form of bridal carriages, attributed to Marie

     Talbot, H: 0.l60 m. L:0. 028 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

30.  Pichet, attributed to Marie Talbot, H: 0.220 m. (Collection

     François Guillaume).

 

3l.  Two bouteilles, attributed to Marie Talbot, H: 0.260 m. (Collection

     François Guillaume).

 

32.  Croix de Carrefour, by Jean Talbot, H: 0.770 m. (Collection

     François Guillaume).

 

33.  Fontaine, by Jean Talbot, H: 0.545 m. (Collection François

     Guillaume).

34.  Epi de faîtage, by Jean Talbot, H: 0.4l5 m. (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

35.  Pichet, H: 0.226; Pot à surprise, H: 0.240 m.; Cachepot,

     H: 0.l50 m., attributed to Jean Talbot, (Collection M. Philippe

     Papelier, Henrichemont).

 

36.  Two bouteilles, H: 0.260 m. and 0.225 m. respectively, (Collection

     M. Philippe Papelier, Henrichemont).

 

37.  Two tobacco jars, attributed to Jean Talbot, H: 0.l80 m.

     (Collection François Guillaume).

 

38.  Pichets with moulded faces, attributed to Jean Talbot, H: 0.26 m.

     (Musée du Berry).

 

39.  Ecritoire, attributed to Jean Talbot, H: 0.3l0 m. (Musée du Berry).

 

40.  Ecritoire 'Sainte Solange', attributed to Jean Talbot, H: 0.l35 m.

     (Collection Philippe Papelier, Henrichemont).

 

4l.  Ecritoire, 'Schoolmaster and pupils', attributed to Jean Talbot,

     H: 0.l45 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

42.  Religious Ceremony, attributed to Jean Talbot, H: 0.240 m.

     (Collection François Guillaume).

 

43.  Figurine, attributed to Jean Talbot, H: 0.2l0 (Owner unknown)

 

44.  Pichet with mouled face, by the 'Cavaignac' Talbots H: 0.245 m.

     (Collection François Guillaume)

 

45.  Bouteille, attribued to the 'Cavaignac' Talbots, H: 0.280 m.

     (Collection François Guillaume).

 

46.  Tobacco Jar, attributed to the 'Cavaignac' Talbots, H: 0.l55 m.

     (Collection François Guillaume).

 

47.  Fontaine, Napoleon, attributed to the 'Cavaignac' Talbots,

     H: 0.485 m. (Collection François Guillaume).

 

 

48.  Ecritoire, attributed to Marie-Louise Talbot, H: 0.l55 m.

     (Collection M. Philippe Papelier, Henrichemont).

 

49.  Ecritoire, 'Le Retour aux Pays', inscription on back, 'femme

     Chameron à La Borne', by Marie-Louise Talbot, H: 0.l50 m.

     (Collection M. Philippe Papelier, Henrichemont).

 

50.  Figure of Virgin, H: 0.870 m., in bower, 'the enclosed garden'(?),

     H: l.260 m. by Marie-Louise Talbot, (Musée de La Borne).

 

5l.  Pair of candleholders, unglazed, attributed to Marie-Louise Talbot,

     H: 0.l30 m. (Collection M. Philippe Papelier, Henrichemont).

 

52.  Pichets by Valentine Chameron, H: 0.250 m. (Owners unknown).

 

53.  Pichet by Valentine Chameron, H: 0.250 m. (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

54.  Figurine, by Valentine Chameron, H: 0.220 m. (Owner unknown).

 

55.  Stoneware bottle, by Jean Carriès (Musée du Petit Palais, Paris).

 

56.  Gourde, bottle and two vases by Jean Carriès, (Musée du Petit

     Palais, Paris).

 

57.  Ceramic Sculpture, 'Sleeping Baby' by Jean Carriès (Musée du

     Petit Palais, Paris).

 

58.  Grotesque, by Jean Carriès (Musée du Petit Palais, Paris).

 

59.  Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine, view of house from garden.

 

60.  Joseph Massé's studio, view from courtyard.

 

6l.  Selection of portraits by Joseph Massé (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-

     Septaine).

 

62.  General view of Joseph Massé's studio (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-

     Septaine).

 

63.  Part of first page of Joseph Massé's ledger 'Dépenses pour la

     Céramique.'  (Massé Archives, Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

64.  View of wing of Massé's property showing position of pottery and

     kiln hangar, (to left).

 

65.  Joseph Massé throwing on the tour à bâton, January l923.

 

66.  Hangar for kiln, also fosse and slab for weathering of clay.  (Le

     Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

67.  Photograph of Massé pottery in the Exposition d'Art à l'Ecole

     Nationale des Arts Appliqués, Bourges, June l925.  Piece No.l4 is

     on right-hand corner of plinth.

 

68.  Two early pots by Joseph Massé, Nos. l4 and l3, H: 0.l00 m., from

     first firing (mid-November l923?).  (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-

     Septaine).

 

69.  Two early pots by Joseph Massé, Nos. 34 and l0, H: 0.l00 m., from

     first firing (mid-November, l923?).  (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-

     Septaine).

 

70.  Two early pots by Joseph Massé, Nos. 30 and 60, H: 0.l00 m., from

     first firing (mid-November, l923?).  (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-

     Septaine).

 

7l.  Small sculpture of Toad by Joseph Massé, H: 0.l50 m., L: 0.250 m.

     approx. c. l923 (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

72.  Two pots by Joseph Massé, Nos. l and l2, l929, H: 0.l50 m. and

     0.l80 m. (Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

73.  Collection of sifflets by Valentine Chameron.  (Collection M. and

     Mme. Froissard, Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

74.  Crèche, bouteille, croix de carrefour and fontaine from La Borne.

     (Collection M. and Mme. Froissard, Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

75.  Terrine à pâté.  (Collection M. and Mme. Froissard, Le Tremblay,

     Soye-en-Septaine).

 

76.  Epi de faîtage, pigeon.  (Collection M. and Mme. Froissard, Le

     Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine).

 

77.  Christ crucified, (Collection M. and Mme. Froissard, Le Tremblay,

     Soye-en-Septaine).

 

78.  Detail of head and shoulders of No.77 above.

 

79.  Publicity leaflet for Grand dépot Céramique of E. Guillaume,

     Bourges, novembre l9l0.  (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

80.  Two masks, 'Dernière Sourire' signed and dated F. Guillaume l922,

     and 'Bonne Histoire', signed and dated F. Guillaume l92l.

     L: 0.200 m. approx. (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

8l.  Mask believed to be likeness of Marquis de Meloizes, dated l927,

     by François Guillaume.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

82.  Ceramic mascot for François Guillaume's motor-car.  (Collection

     Pierre-Charles Guillaume, Vitry-aux-Loges).

 

83.  The late Pierre-Charles Guillaume with unfired portrait head of

     himself as a baby, made by his father François.  (Collection

     Pierre-Charles Guillaume, Vitry-aux-Loges).

 

84.  Ceramic portrait head of neice, by François Guillaume, H: 0.l00 m.

     approx.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

85.  Ceramic head, by François Guillaume, signed and dated F.G. l925

     H: 0.280 m.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

86.  Small ceramic figurine, 'Le Mendiant' by François Guillaume,

     C.l92l.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

87.  The Lion pottery at Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye, showing two large

     ceramic sculptures by Paul Jeanneney. c.l9l0

 

88.  Logo for 'La Cocotte', the atelier d'art established in l927 by

     François Guillaume.

 

89.  The Baffier wine glass, designed by François Guillaume and Edouard

     Duneufgermain in l927.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

90.  Tarif Confidentiel, Janvier l928.  (Archives of the Maison

     Guillaume, Bourges).

 

9l.  The Logo of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges l927.

 

92.  Plaster of Paris model of original head, used as model for making

     moulds from which porcelain production was cast.  (Collection M.

     and Mme. Froissard, Le Tremblay, Soye-en-Septaine) and publicity

     for its sale, l928 (Archives of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges).

 

93.  Café furniture for 'L'Etape', Vierzon.  (Archives of the Maison

     Guillaume.  Bourges).

 

94.  Verre 'Jean de Berry', designed by François Guillaume, c.l930.

     (Archives of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges).

 

95.  Carafe Sinay, designed by François Guillaume, l934, with original

     working drawings, (Archives of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges).

 

96.  Plate with motifs of shells and hearts from the 'armes parlantes'

     of Jacques Coeur, c.l933.  (Archives of the Maison Guilaume,

     Bourges).

 

97.  Engraving by Jean Chièze showing Joseph Massé working at his

     electric wheel.  Reproduced in l934 for an article on the potter

     which was published in 'Beaux Arts' (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

98.  Berrichons et Berrichonnes, handpainted faïence, designed by Jean

     Lerat and manufactured by the Maison Renault, Argent-sur-Sauldre,

     l934.  (Archives of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges).

 

99.  La Dépöche du Berry, 2l Decembre, l94l.  Illustrations of two

     models from the 'Exposition de la Manufacture Nationale de

     Sèvres'.

 

l00. Pencil sketch of 'Croix Montigny', and accompanying notes, pages

     l7 and l8 from 'Notes sur l'histoire et les fabrications de La

     Borne.'  (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

l0l. Pages l3 and l4 of 'Notes' with information related to twentieth

     century activity at La Borne, (Guillaume Archives, Bourges)

 

l02. Sketches from 'Notes', (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

l03. Sketch of fontaine from Massé collection of La Borne ware (see

     Fig. 74), this sketch may have  been executed by Joseph Massé,

     'Notes' (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

l04. Sketch of fontaine at Musée d'Issoudun, page 43 'Notes'.

     (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

 

l05. Page 47 of 'Notes' in which François Guillaume has attempted a

     description and analysis on the épi de faîtage, 'The Legend of

     Saint Eloi'. (Guillaume Archives, Bourges)

 

l06. Epi de faîtage 'The Legend of Saint Eloi' (Musée du Berry), from

     l935 negative of M. Robert Brault, Bourges.  (Guillaume Archives,

     Bourges).

 

l07. Early postcard of La Borne showing, to the right, the bistro of

     'le Lexandre Quéqué' and the large pile of stacked wood that masks

     the 'four de la route'.  To the left is the café and the home of

     Armand Bedu.

 

l08. Photograph of interior of atelier Alphonse Talbot showing him

     sitting on 'voquoi', preparing clay.  Behind is the fosse in which

     are two tours à bâton.  Photograph by Joseph Massé (Massé Archives,

     Soye-en-Septaine).

 

l09. François Gaudry Bedu, 'Le Potier', from l935 negative of M. Robert

     Brault, Bourges (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

ll0. 'Le Potier' throwing in the atelier of Armand Bedu, from l935 negative

     of M. Robert Brault, Bourges (Guillaume Archives, Bourges.

lll. François Guillaume decorating large cachepot at La Borne l935.

     (Photo by Mme. Elisabeth Guillaume, Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

ll2. Le Potier and Armand Bedu with some of pieces designed by François

     Guillaume l935.  (Photo by Mme. Elisabeth Guillaume, Guillaume

     Archives, Bourges).

 

ll3. Large cachepot, and lid of saloir inverted to form dish for

     presentation of Bonsai miniatures, from negative of M. Robert

     Brault, Bourges.  (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

ll4. The head of Christ from the Massé Collection used to illustrate the

     exhibition catalogue, l935.  (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

ll5. Frontispiece of exhibition catalogue showing figurine by Jean

     Talbot from collection of Joseph de la Nézière.  (Guillaume

     Archives, Bourges).

 

ll6. Four photographs of the exhibition, from l935 negatives of

     M. Robert Brault, Bourges (Guillaume Archives, Bourges).

 

ll7. Pichets, that on left was made by Louis Auchère and bears the

     inscription 'Neuvy-deux-Clochers', Cher, l882.  (Collection

     François Guillaume).

 

ll8. Soupière, signed Panarioux François fait l88l.  (Collection

     François Guillaume).

 

ll9. Individual members of croix de carrefour of Jacques Sébastien

     Talbot.  In l935, these pieces were in the possession of the Ecole

     des Beaux Arts.  Later they were transferred to the Musée du Berry

     where, the original crucifix having been identified, the complete

     structure was restored in its original form.

 

l20. Epi de faîtage, 'Les Mariés' by Marie-Louise Talbot, from l935

     negative of M. Robert Brault, Bourges.  In l935, this épi de

     faîtage belonged to M. Henri Talbot, today it is in the

     Collection of the Musée du Berry.

 

l2l. Bottle in form of book, signed 'Fait par moi talbot jean. l873.'

     Originally in possession of Henri Talbot (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

l22. Plaque, 'Immaculée Conception', by Valentine Chameron. D: 0.5l0 m.

     (Musée du Berry).

 

l23. Terrine à pâté, attributed to Jacques-Sébastien Talbot, from

     negative of M. Robert Brault, Bourges.  In l935 it was in the

     collection of Joseph de la Nézière. (Musée du Berry).

124. Bénitier, loaned by Mlle. Louise Berchon.  (Whereabouts unknown).

 

l25. Horses by the ten-year old Roger Giraud.  (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

l26. Pages 80 and 82 of 'Notes'.  Sketches of funerary figures in the

     Musée Adrien-Debouché, Limoges.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l27. Handwritten additions to personal copy of l935 exhibition

     catalogue.  Though undated they do record some further acquisitions

     for his collection.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l28. Pichet attributed to Marie-Louise Talbot.  François Guillaume has

     attached to the base a note reading 'Bourges + Jeannette l936', a

     reference to an antique dealer whose premises was called La Croix

     de Jeannette (information supplied by Etienne M. Guillaume)

     (Collection François Guillaume).

 

l29. Tonneau à pied surmonté d'un personnage, inscribed 'l772' on foot.

     This piece, attributed to Marie-Louise Talbot, is believed to be

     a copy of an older piece.  (Collection François Guillaume).

 

l30. Sketch by the architect, M. Gauchery, of a croix de carrefour, in

     l935 still in situ in the commune of Thou.  ('Notes', Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l3l. Imagerie d'Epinal, 'Polichinelle', Imagerie Pellerin.

 

l32. Fiche drawn by François Guillaume to record pieces designed by

     himself and made in the atelier of Armand Bedu in La Borne.

     Cachepot 'MAI', Cachepot 'MATRAS' (see Fig. ll3) chandelier

     'MEILLANT' and Coupe 'MEZAIL' (see Fig. ll3).  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l33. Pieces made by Bedu at La Borne.  Clockwise from front, 'Lampe

     à huile, Marmande, Bougeoir Menetou à trois trous', Cachepot

     Marmagne, and pot à yaourt.  (Collection Guillaume family,

     Bourges).

 

l34. Four types of cachepot made at La Borne (fiche) (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l35. Porte parapluie 'Mordoré', and Dessous de carafe 'Morogues', (fiche)

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l36. Bouteille à Marc and Marron d'Inde, designed by François Guillaume

     and made in the atelier of Armand Bedu, c.l936.  It was the small

     basket form, 'Marron d'Inde', which was made for the Parisian

     florist, Baumann.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

l37. Bouteille à Marc, decorated with 'La Cocotte' motif by Madame

     Elisabeth Guillaume, (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

l38. Fiche of selection of pieces made at La Borne.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l39. Order placed by Guillaume for between l000 and l500 pots à yaourt

     (see Fig. l33).  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l40. Jardinière, designed by François Guillaume to transform existing

     products of La Borne into functional pieces.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l4l. Jardinière, a composite form made from thrown cylindrical members.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l42. Poterie de fantaisie made by potters of La Borne.

 

l43. Poterie made by Joseph Talbot in attempt to modernize production.

     (Collection M. and Mme. Chalias, Allogny, Cher.) 

 

l44. Design records for pottery designed by François Guillaume for

     production in the Maison Renault at Argent-sur-Sauldre.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l45. Blue and White ware produced at Maison Renault, Argent-sur-

     Sauldre.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

l46. Jug and coquetier with glazing instructions for production in the

     Maison Renault, Argent-sur-Sauldre.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l47. The Centre Régional at the Exposition Internationale des Arts et

     Techniques dans la vie moderne, Paris, l937.  The Berry-Nivernais

     pavillion can be seen at the bottom right.

 

l48. Ceramic head, 'Medusa', by Jean Lerat, c.l935/6, H: 0.280 m.

     approx.  (Collection Jean and Jacqueline Lerat, Bourges).

 

l49. Wine bottles and original forms in wood, designed by François

     Guilaume and used to stock the wines of Sancerre at the l937

     exposition.  (Collection Guilaume family, Bourges).

 

l50. One of the Popineau bas-reliefs, representing the ceramic industry

     of the Berry-Nivernais region, which were used to decorate the

     exterior of the pavillion.  (Illustrated in 'Le Gargaillou').

 

l5l. The La Borne stand at the l937 exhibition (Illustrated in 'Le

     Gargaillou').

 

 

l52. Diplome de Médaille d'Or, awarded to François Guillaume for plates,

     designed by himself with decoration by Jean Chièze.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l53. Original designs by Jean Chièze and three of the finished plates.

     (Archives of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges).

 

l54. Letter from Pierre-Louis Duchartre to Joseph de la Nézière, with

     the additions of the latter, specifying examples of La Borne ware

     which he wished to borrow for the 'Exposition Potiers Imagiers de

     France, 9 août to l0 Octobre, l937.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l55. Original plaster of Paris models with finished pieces for chess-

     set executed by Jean Lerat and Guillaume advertising.  (Archives

     of the Maison Guillaume, Bourges).

 

l56. Plaster of Paris model for large angel, and two small porcelain

     angels designed by Jean Lerat for François Guillaume l94l.

     (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

l57. Porcelain figurine of Virgin, designed by Jean Lerat for François

     Guillaume in l94l.  (Collection Guillaume family, Bourges).

 

l58. Fiche No.l 'CALVAIRE', The first ceramic production of the

     Guilaume - Lerat collaboration at La Borne, May l94l.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l59. Fiche No.l66, 'Grand Mère racontant le Chat Botté', by Jean Lerat.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l60. Fiche No.3 'Croix', slab-ware by Jean Lerat.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l6l. Fiches Nos.4 and l0.  Small trial sculptures with comment 'Bon en

     grand' by François Guillaume.  These were later used as subjects

     for larger sculptures.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l62. Fiche No.2l, 'Porte parapluies', made by Jean Lerat.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l63. Fiches Nos. 36 to 39 depicting four types of early pichets made

     for Guillaume at La Borne.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l64. Fiche No.27, 'Cendriers'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l65. Fiches Nos. 58 and 59.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l66. Fiches Nos. 32 and 33.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l67. Fiches Nos. 42, 48 and 49.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l68. Fiches Nos. 3l, 46 and 47.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l69. Fiche No.50 'Jonas dans la baleine'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l70. Fiche No.35 'Coq (3)'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l7l. Fiche No.8lbis 'Cendrier (7)'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l72. Fiche No.88 'Cachepots'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l73. Fiche Nos.ll8 and l20 'Pots à Tabac'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l74. Fiche No.l5l and contemporary photographs of l5l.4 and l5l.5.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l75. Fiche Nos. l57 and l59 (2).  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l76. Fiche No.l53 and contemporary photograph of l53.5.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l77. Fiche No.76 'Canard', five being produced.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l78. Fiche No.l22 'Lutteurs (l)'.

 

l79. Fiche No.l52 'Catcheurs' and finished piece, (Collection Abbâ

     Bonneval, Bourges).

 

l80. Fiche Nos.89 and 9l 'Gardeuses d'Oies (l)' and 'Bergère (4)'.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l8l. Fiche ll0, Ste Solange (2).  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l82. Saint Solange.  Contemporary photograph.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l83. Saint Vincent.  Contemporary photograph.

 

l84. Galère, based on relief sculpture in the Palais Jacques Coeur.

     (Photograph in Guillaume Archives).

 

l85. Galère, based on arms of the city of Paris.  (Photograph in

     Guillaume Archives).

 

l86. Fiche No.l33 'Christ (4)' and contemporary photograph.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l87. Fiche No.l34 'Christ (5)' and contemporary photograph.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l88. Fiche No.95 'Poule (6)'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l89. Contemporary photograph of three figurines.  That on left is

     depicted in Fiche No.l06.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l90. Fiche No.l30 'Calvaire (2)' and contemporary photograph of finished

     piece.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l9l. Fiche No.l42 'Pressoir'. (Guillaume Archives).

 

l92. Fiche No.l43 'Cuve' (see also Fig.l83).  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l93. Fiche No.l45 'Bouteilles à Liqueur' and contemporary photograph

     of three of the finished pieces, l45, l and 2, l45.5 and l45.6.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

l94. Figurine of 'Virgin and Child', contemporary photograph. (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

l95. 'Coq' and 'Duck, bottle and cruche' by Paul Beyer (Musée des Arts

     Décoratifs, Paris).

 

l96. Fiche No.l, Initial models made by André Rozay in Atelier Guillaume

     l943.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l97. Plaster of Paris cast of modelled portrait head of grandfather of

     André Rozay.  (Collection M. and Mme. A. Rozay, La Borne).

 

l98. Fiche, sketches by André Rozay of pieces to be made in Atelier

     Guillaume.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

l99. Decorated functional ware by Anne Dangar.

 

200. Large decorative dishes by Anne Dangar following designs by Albert

     Gleizes (Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris).

 

20l. Figurine 'Grand Mère racontant le Chat Botté' by Jean Lerat, with

     inscription 'La Borne, Lerat, l943'.  (Collection François

     Guillaume).

 

202. Ceramic sculpture, 'St. Martin' by Jean Lerat, contemporary

     photograph.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

203. Fiche Nos. l60 and l6l, 'Couple d'amoureux' and 'Danseuses'.

     (Guillaume Archives) (see also Fig. l89).

 

204. Fiche No.l72 'Bouteilles' and contemporary photograph with, in

     centre, figurine of 'Cantinière'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

205. Fiche No.l78 'Sujets' with No.4 figure of Virgin and Child.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

 

206. Danseuse, Mother and Child, and Tricoteuse, contemporary

     photograph.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

207. Fiche No.l86 'Vierges'.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

208. Fiche No.l84bis, figurine 'Virgin and Child'.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

209. Fiches of pieces to be made in Atelier Guillaume, by André

     Rozay.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

2l0. Design for 'Surtout de Table' by Jacqueline Bouvet, l943.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

2ll. Surtout de Table 'La Bergère' by Jacqueline Bouvet, l943.

     (Guillaume Archives).

 

2l2. Surtout de Table 'Coqs' by Jacqueline Bouvet, l943.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

2l3. Fiche of themes for ceramic productions in Atelier Guillaume in

     La Borne, by Jacqueline Bouvet.  It is not known if these were

     realised.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

2l4. Fiches 'Paniers - piques fleurs' and 'cloches à fromage' (La

     Borne l943) by Jacqueline Bouvet.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

2l5. Pots à tabac, by Jacqueline Bouvet.  The dimensions given suggest

     that these are sketches of finished pieces.  La Borne l943 and

     l944.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

2l6. Fiche for 'Creche' (La Borne l943) H: 0.220 m., by Jacqueline

     Bouvet.  (Guillaume Archives).

 

2l7. Fiche No.l97 Three 'Vierges', by Jean Lerat.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

2l8. Fiche No.20l  Twelve 'Pots à Tabac', by Jean Lerat.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

2l9. Croix. H: 0.280 m. one of eight recorded on fiche 202 and made

     in l944 by Jean Lerat.  (Collection François Guillaume).

 

220. Arche, H: 0.l00 m., L: 0.290 m., by Jean Lerat.  (Owner Unknown).

 

22l. 'Vierge au Manteau', recorded as A85 on fiche 203, by Jean Lerat,

     possibly with collaboration of Jacqueline Bouvet, La Borne l944.

     (Owner Unknown).

 

222. Figure of seated Virgin and Child, H: 0.7l0 m., recorded as A84

     on Fiche No.203.  This sculpture was noted in Guillaume's ledger

     as 'Vierge Romane', by Jean Lerat, possibly with collaboration

     of Jacqueline Bouvet, La Borne l944.  (Present whereabouts

     unknown).

 

223. Lidded jar with dragon relief decoration on body and lid.

     Dimensions unknown, by Vassil Ivanoff, La Borne.  (Present

     whereabouts unknown).

 

224. Early thrown pots by Vassil Ivanoff, La Borne, c.l946.  (Collection

     Association Vassil Ivanoff, La Borne).

 

225. Jug, by Gütte Eriksen.  Thrown on the potter's wheel, the exterior

     is finely pared and textured, with a pronounced sculptural

     treatment given to the form and handle, interior glazed.

     H: 0.l30 m. La Borne, l948.  (Collection François Guillaume).

 

226. Vase, rouge de cuivre, by Vassil Ivanoff.  La Borne date unknown.

     (Collection Denise Roux, Paris).

 

227. Vassil Ivanoff, records, showing a range of glazes taken from

     Auclair, Leach and Taxile Doat, including celadons and rouge de

     cuivre. c.l948.  (Ivanoff Archives).

 

228. Jug, by Vassil Ivanoff, c.l947, applied decoration on body.

     (Present whereabouts unknown).

 

229. Plaque in grès chamotté, 'Couple à l'oiseau' by Vassil Ivanoff.

     Painted in green and brown and finished with graffito.  Date

     unknown.  (Collection Mlle. Denise Roux, Paris).

 

230. Pages from early sketchbooks of Vassil Ivanoff, showing drawings of

     African masks and Pre-Columbian pottery.  (Ivanoff Archives).

 

23l. Pitcher with spout as modelled face c. l946-l947.  (Present

     whereabouts unknown).

 

232. Pitcher with dragon motif in relief, by Vassil Ivanoff c.l946-1947

     (Present whereabouts unknown).

 

233. Vase with dragon motif in relief, by Vassil Ivanoff, c.l946 - l947.

     (Present whereabouts unknown).

 

234. Two lidded jars and beaker.  Obviously photographed after making,

     it is not known if these were fired and finished.

 

235. Bottle and pitcher, used as supports for small figurative

     compositions.  (Present whereabouts unknown).

 

236. Coq, by Vassil Ivanoff c.l949 (?).  (Present whereabouts unknown).

 

237. Visual record of pieces for the 'deuxième cuisson Bedu', La Borne,

     l950.  (Ivanoff Archives).

 

238. Pages from early sketch-books of Vassil Ivanoff showing sketches

     for sculptures composed of thrown forms.  (Ivanoff Archives).

 

239. Ceramic sculpture, by Vassil Ivanoff, composed of thrown forms,

     date unknown.  (Collection Mlle. Denise Roux, Paris).

 

240. Pichet-oiseau, by Vassil Ivanoff, c.l950 (?).  H: 0.355 m.

     Crackled beige glaze with touches of rose.  The decoration is

     lightly painted and the whole surface is enlivened with traces of

     iron pyrites.  (Collection Mlle. Denise Roux, Paris).

 

24l. Vase with painted and sgraffito decoration, c.l952.  H: 0.300 m.

     (Collection Mlle. Denise Roux, Paris).

 

242. Croix, in stone with ceramic sculptural reliefs in panels by Jean

     Lerat, c.l950.  Commissioned by the Comte de Vogué.  (Château de

     la Verrerie, Oizon, Cher).

 

243. Details of croix, Château de la Verrerie.

 

244. St. Jean Baptiste, by Lucien Chollet, La Borne, l945.  (Musée de

     La Borne).

 

245. Chemin de Croix, detail, by André Rozay, La Borne, l947.  (Musée de

     La Borne).

 

246. Figure of Saint Jean Baptiste, Jean Lerat. H: 0.400 m. La Borne,

     l948.  (Musée de La Borne).

 

247. Ceramic sculpture by Jean and Jacqueline Lerat, c.l948, as

     illustrated in 'L'Art Sacré, Nos. 3-4, l948).

 

248. Croix by Jean and Jacqueline Lerat, c.l950 (?).  This croix de

     carrefour is located in the hills of Sancerrois near Menetou-

     Ratel.

 

249. Selection of pieces of ceramic sculpture by André Rozay (top), and

     Jean and Jacqueline Lerat (bottom), all c.l950 (?).  The Virgin and

     Child by André Rozay is a recent reproduction of an earlier model,

     stolen from an open-air oratory.  (Collection Abbé Bonneval,

     Bourges).

 

250. Calvaire with Christ and cross, Virgin and Saint John, by Jean and

     Jacqueline Lerat, H: 2.50 m. c.l955 (?).  Illustration from

     'Place de L'Art Sacré dans la Céramique Française Contemporaine',

     by Fr. A-M Cocagnac, O.P. in 'Cahiers de la Céramique et des Art

     du Feu'.  No.8 automne l957.

 

25l. Crèche, by Jean and Jacqueline Lerat, commissioned for the

     Cathédrale Saint-Etienne, Bourges, c.l955 (?).  (Cathédrale

     Saint-Etienne).

 

252. Pichet, with inscription 'Ce brot apartien à moi Baujar, l83l,

     Jacques Sébastien Talbot'.  H: 0.l90 m.  (Collection François

     Guillaume) see also Fig. l0.

 

253. Page 86, 'Notes', François Guillaume's research to reconstruct

     the genealogical tree of the Talbot Dynasty.  (Guillaume

     Archives).

 

254. Two pichets by Jean Chenu.  H: 0.290 m. and 0.220 m. respectively.

     (see also Figs. l5 and l4).

 

255. Tomb of Talbot family in the Cemetery at Achères, showing broken

     cross.

 

256. Photograph of François Guillaume, holding fontaine by Jacques-

     Sébastien Talbot.  This is the original of illustration which

     apeared in the magazine 'Elle' in l96l.

 

257. Relief ceramic sculpture panels for the bakery chain, Poil âne,

     Paris, by Pierre Mestre.

 

258. 'Bouteilles' and 'Poules' by Elisabeth Joulia, La Borne.

     (Whereabouts unknown).

 

259. 'Renaissance de La Borne', exhibition mounted in 23 rue des Arènes,

     Bourges, décembre l948, contemporary photograph.  (Archives of

     Guillaume family, Bourges).