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Lenci's Ceramics_9

Giulio Da Milano, Arlecchino e Arlecchina (Arlecchino and Arlecchina), 1930.
(See also next picture.)
Giovanni Grande, Primo bacio (First kiss), 1930s.
Mario Sturani, Amanti su fiore (Lovers on flower), 1929.
Giovanni Grande, Marcello e Musetta (Marcello and Musetta), 1930.
Mario Sturani, Maschera di Arlecchino (Arlecchino mask), 1928.
Gigi Chessa, Arlecchino, 1927-1928.
Mario Sturani, Regime secco (Dry diet), 1929.
Massimo Quaglino, Danza campagnola (Country dance), 1930.
Paola Bologna, Figura danzante (Dancing figure), 1932.
Mario Sturani, Dimmi di sì (Tell me yes), 1930.
Giovanni Grande, Donna con mantello e ombrello-La pazza dei Tornetti Valle di Viù (Woman with cloak and umbrella-The crazy woman of Tornetti Valle di Viù), 1928.
Tornetti is a fraction of Viù, a small town situated in the valley with the same name, near Turin (Piedmont, Northern Italy).
Pastori con zampogne (Shepherds with bagpipes).
(See also next picture.)
Giovanni Grande, La mucca (The cow).
(See also following pictures.)
Ines Grande, Scena pastorale (Pastoral scene).
Ines Grande, Affilatura della falce (Sharpening of the sickle), 1936-1937.
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Lenci was a company that produced ceramics and felt dolls established by Enrico Scavini and his wife Helen König in Turin (Piedmont, Northern Italy) in 1919.

The name was after the nickname of Helen König and became the acronym of Ludus est nobis constanter industria (Latin for Play is constantly an activity to us).

Helen König Scavini

Helen König was born in Turin in 1886 to an Austrian mother and a German father, who called her Helenchen (then Italianized in Lenci). In 1907, she graduated in photography in Düsseldorf. Back in Turin, she married Enrico Scavini in 1915.
Helen König often signed her ceramics as ICNEL. in 1937 she became the artistic director of Lenci and in 1941 she ended her artistic activity.

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