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What does BFK stand for?

BFK stands for Boch Freres Keramis


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Art Deco ceramic vases by Boch Freres of Belgium and featuring Keramis by Charles Catteau and Chevalier from 1920-1950 using colorful ceramic cloisonné enamel and marked Keramis. French ceramics
In 1907 he finally moved to Louvière in Belgium where he was promoted to head of the decoration department at Boch Freres Keramis at the age of 27. This is where most of his exceptional talent came to the fore especially during the period between the two World Wars. Influenced by the great creative art movements of the time (Africanism, Japonism, Cubism, Abstraction) and his observation of nature gave him inspiration for his designs, with the integration of plants, stylized animals and geometric motifs.