The Sainte Radgonde, or St Radegonde, faience factory (at Sainte Radegonde-en-Touraine, near Tours in central France) specialised in this air-sprayed paint effect in the French Art Deco period. It helps give depth to the statues and sculptures it was manufacturing, which were sculpted by a number of Art Deco artists—Charles Lemancea being the most famous. You can read more about The Animal Kingdom of Charles Lemanceau in our article.
This deer leaping over stylised grass is signed 'St Radegonde' to the base, incised with a 'J' twice, and is in great condition.
I don't think an Art Deco interior could be complete without a leaping deer somewhere. It was the motif for the Expo in Paris in 1925, which is considered the most important event of the entire Art Deco period.