Large oval dish in Montpellier earthenware with gadroons in relief on the edge, decorated in blue monochrome in the center of birds around a flowered vase placed on an entablature. Royal factory - Early eighteenth century (Long. : 59.5cm)
Two beautiful plates with contoured edges in Marseille earthenware from the Fauchier factory with off-centre polychrome grand feu decoration of large bouquets and fish for one and cherries for the other - Eighteenth century
Lunéville polychrome earthenware statuette representing a young woman wearing a dress and an apron, as well as a basket filled with bunches of grapes - Eighteenth century - A similar model in the Museum of Fine Arts in Reims. Additional information and photos on request.
Group with two figures in Niderviller earthenware with polychrome and gold decoration representing Renaud and Armide asleep, after the work of the sculptor Lemire. Eighteenth century - around 1765-1770 - A similar group in Niderviller earthenware, after the work of the sculptor Lemire, is reproduced in the repertoire of French earthenware by Dr. Chompret (plate 25A).
Water pitcher in Varages earthenware decorated with an amusing polychrome scene animated by four characters evoking "The Marriage Contract".This scene represents the young woman sealing the contract with the gentleman, the young woman advances on the table her endowment of three bags of crowns. The father with a parasol in his hand seems to want to protect these young people from the sad gaze of a young man represented under the spout of the pitcher, an ousted suitor ? - Eighteenth century
Pair of earthenware plates from Lyon with contoured edge with polychrome decoration of characters dressed in the Oriental style, flowered mounds, ocher fillets on the perimeter - Eighteenth century
Rare earthenware plate from Marseille, with contoured edge, off-center decoration of a viola and a hunting horn on the wing and the basin and sowing of flowering branches and insects, brown fillet on the edge. Manufacture of Gaspard Robert - Eighteenth century
Marseille earthenware plate from the Gaspard Robert factory with contoured edge, off-centered polychrome decoration of flowers and a pear and flowering stems on the wing, ocher fillet on the edge. Manufacture of Gaspard Robert - Eighteenth century.
Marseille earthenware terrine from Robert's factory, rockery shape with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers, butterfly, combed roses on the edges, grip in the shape of a bouquet, a fish resting on a shells - Eighteenth century
Large earthenware group from Niderviller, this one seems unpublished to date, after the painting by J.B Greuze "the deceived blind man". This group on a rectangular base in imitation of marble, with natural polychrome decoration, representing a young peasant couple welcoming a blind man. These characters are in front of a stone wall pierced with two openings, one of which has a gate, simulating the interior of a dwelling - 18th century - Around 1770-1780 - Marked below with the two CCs for Custine. This group seems the only one known to date. .
Round powder box covered in Moustiers or Varages earthenware with openwork wall with polychrome decoration of figures on a background of alternating landscapes of bouquets of flowers in reserves surrounded by palms and combed purple, the grip of the lid in the shape of branches bearing fruit and foliage - Eighteenth century.
Amusing earthenware plate from Lyon with curved edge, polychrome decoration of a man bringing down a grotesque animal with a pike, bird in flight, curved tree and anamorphosis framing the scene, the wing decorated with a snail and flowering branches. EighteenIth century.