POT au CREME

PONT-au-CHOUX

PARIS,FRANCE

c.1760

SOLD

Creamware/Faience fine.

3" high. Molded with four panels of a rice grain pattern. The lid with bud finial and leaves. Twig handle.

 

Reference; "European Creamware"  by Jana Kybalova

Condition:      

Stained chip near rim of pot

Crack(1/2") near handle.

 

This was the first creamware (faience fine) factory in France and followed the style of English salt glazed stoneware.

It was known for its high quality and lovely ivory glaze.It was out of business by 1790.

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