In his studio in Sevres he produced a high quality,
refined and very personal pottery, sometimes flawed and thus full of charm. In
his work one finds the duality between a close-to-earth, matter-sensitive human
being and the strictness and perfection of the way of teaching in Sevres in
1902. His work is characterized by two main trends : the pieces inspired by
Emile Decoeur’s pottery and those in baked clay. The latter ones are a
consequence of his stay in Saigon where he discovered khmer pottery and from
which in 1920 he drew his inspiration.