CLAUDE MORIN – Bouteille Folle

The Bouteilles Folles (Crazy Bottles) are probably the most famous creations of Claude Morin.This elegant and slender blue bottle is characteristic of this series of works. The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris is currently exhibiting a series of seven bottles created by the artist between 1973 and 1980.

Signed “Morin” and marked “Dieulefit” under the base.

Claude Morin, vase, c. 1980.

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Height 56,4 cm
Diameter 7,4 cm
Really good overall condition.
Presence of a visible inclusion in the photos. Very fine scratch of one centimeter long and a scratch of two millimeters. These two defects are very little visible.


For a similar form :
France Kermer, Claude Morin, Verrier à Dieulefit, Stuttgart, Arnoldsche, 1993, p. 39.


Claude Morin, leader of the Studio Glass movement in France, develops since the 1970s a production of glass objects made in an artisanal way in Dieulefit (Drôme).
After studying engineering, Claude Morin decided to turn to the craft, he still hesitates between ceramics and glass. If pottery is the traditional production in Dieulefit, he decides, despite this, to become a glassmaker. These creations can be admired nowadays at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris.