Very large vase by Roger Guèrin. This rare vase has a beautiful design with a landscape and horses. The incised decoration, has inlaid color planes of blue enamel amid decorative flowing glazes. This piece is signed with numbers and signature on the bottom with 'V70.0R1'. Roger Guèrin (1896-1954) was one of the leading Belgian ceramists in Bouffioulx near Charleroi. Typical was his use of flowing glazes in his decorations. He was true to the history of this region, often working on a type of hard ceramic (fired to over 1250 degrees Celsius) which was made there since the late Middle Ages. He exhibited at the Paris expos of 1925 and 1937.