List of Ceramic Artists and Workshops in Vallauris (1950's)
Names in blue are represented on the site.
Agard, Jules (1905-1986)
Alcera > Blanchard
Alexandrov, Michel (1910) signed Allix
Allix > Alexandrov
Ambrogio, Baptistin
Anasse, Michel & Nicole (1935)
Archanges > Valentin, Gilbert
Argonautes > Ferlay, Isabelle & Bourguet, Fréderique
Artias, Philippe
Auguste, Robert
BACS, atelier (Barol, Alexandre, Carle, Sicart)
Bacculini > Cannes Simone
Bacus, Jean (1886-1952)
Barbier, Michel decorator for Gustave Reynaud (workshop "Le Murier")
Bataille, Henri
Batigne, René > Tapis Vert
Baud, André (1903-1986)
Baudart, Dominique (1903)
Baudouin, Joel
Bessone, Marius (1929)
Blanchard, Alice > Alcera
Boero, Antoine (1910)
Boissaud, Max
Brauner, Victor > Ramie
Caleca, François > Fazio
Callis workshop
Camart, Raymond
Camos, Honoré (1906)
Camos, Maurice
Cannes, Simone (1910)
Capron, Roger (1922-2006) factory
Cardinali, Franco > Cocteau, Jean
Carlin, Michel (1935)
Céramart > Martin
Céramida > Huger
Céramique de la Rivièra > Natoli
Céramony
Cérenne > Neveux, Charles Roger
Chariot > Tricoche & Betty Braun
Chassin, Georges
Chastagnol, Raymond (-1984)
Chaty
Chiapello
Cigale > Ribero, Jacques
Clergue, Jean (1898) > Massier
Collet, Roger (1933)
Crociani, Francis (1929) & Yvonne
Cueille
Del Pierre, Francine (1913-1968)
Derel, Juliette (1918) > Rivier, Jean
Derval, Jean (1925)
Diato, Albert (1927-1985) > Triptyque
Elektra > Hugo
Elena factory
Faiencerie d'Art du Sud-Est factory
Faux
Fazio, Antoine
Fidler, Eugène (1910-1990)
Foucard-Jourdan
Gastaldi
Gaziello, Jean
Georges merchant
Gerbino, Jean (1876-1966)
Giraud, Louis
Giraud, Marcel (1897-1985)
Giuge, Marius (1909-1980)
Gourju-Naumowittch > Innocenti, Jacques
Grailhe, Henri
Grand Chène > Gourju-Naumowittch
Grandjean-Guillon
Grandjean-Jourdan
Hoffmann, Gérard (1917)
Huger, Georges (1931-1984)
Hugo, François, Victor
Innocenti, Jacques (1926-1958)
Issarts > Anasse
Kassianoff, Boris
Kohler, Fernande
Kostanda, Alexandre (1921)
Laurent, Jacques (1918) > Mazaudois, Juliette
Lenoble, Jacques (1902-1967)
Leonardi, Giovanni
L'Hospied & Cie
Lignier, Jacques (1924)
Luc > Lucchesi, Auguste (1913-)
Lunetta, Sauveur (1906-1991)
Madoura > Ramié
Malarmey, Jean-Claude
Marc, André
Marino, Dominique
Martin, André (1906-1985)
Massier, Jérome & Delphin
Masson
Maurel, René > Poterie de la Tour
Mazaudois, Juliette (1910) > Laurent, Jacques
Meynard, Robert & Violette (1925, 1926)
Milazzo
Mugnerot, Roger (1932)
Musarra, Marius (1910-1991)
Neveux, Charles Renée Roger > Cérenne
Ozère
Pélissier
Pernin
Perot, Robert (1931) > Vieux Moulin
Picault, Robert (1919)
Pignate > Crociani, Francis
Portanier, Gilbert
Poteries du Midi
Poterie de la Tour > Maurel
Prinner, Anton (1902-1983)
Ramié, Georges (1901) > Suzanne Douly (1907) > Madoura
Raty, François (1928)
Renaud Céramiste
Reynaud, Gustave (1915-1972) - Poterie du Mûrier
Ribero, Jacques (1921)
Rivier, Jean (1915)
Roussel, Marc
Roy, Olivier (1942)
Rubino-Pittari
Sagan, Jaque
Saltalamacchia
Sébastien (1909-1990)
Stockli, Simon (1905)
Tapis Vert > Batigne, Thiry
Thiry, Albert (1931-2009)
Thomas, Hendrick & Manon
Travia, François
Treinen, Marie-Christine
Triptyque > Diato, Delpierre, Portanier
Ugo, Hélène
Valentin, Gilbert (1928)
Vayssier, Claude (1935)
Verlinde, Claude
Vieux Moulin > Perot
Vieux Vallauris > Milazzo
Volkoff, Voldemar (1932)
Voltz, Charles (1923)

Source: L'age d'or de Vallauris de Anne Lajoix (1995)
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