CHOMPRET, Dr J. - Directory of Italian majolica. with a dedication to Mr Pierre Verlet - Curator of the Louvre Museum. with some pencil annotations by Mr Verlet. Paris, Nomis, 1949. 2 volumes in-4, hardcover edition. Preface by Pierre Verlet. Volume I: Text. 13 color inserts. Volume II: 1,100 figures in black.
School of Bernard Palissy, Fontainebleau or Pré d'Auge - Oval dish with scalloped edge on enamelled earthenware heel with polychrome decoration of a young woman seated symbolizing "Flora". she is represented under a tree with the attributes of the garden on a landscape and castle background, and, on the wing, interlacing patterns on a brown background. School of Bernard Palissy after an engraving by Philippe Gallé after Marten De Vas "Printemps" around 1600, Paris Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Seventeenth century. We add a round dish from the school of Palissy in glazed earthenware with relief and polychrome decoration on the wing of foliage scrolls and florets, the center and the...
Copy with a dedication to Mr Pierre Verlet Curator of the Louvre Museum. Publisher's beige cardboard binding, spine and top cover titled in red, IV and 96 pages , with 61 plates of illustrations out of text (220 monochrome reproductions), including 4 plates each presenting 2 laminated color illustrations. The illustrated dust jacket is missing. Preface by Hans Haug, curator of the Strasbourg Museum.
Important stoup in glazed earth - depicting crowned St. Helena carrying the cross in a medallion surrounded by four fleurs-de-lis framed by balusters surmounted by a tympanum with the monogram of Christ: IHS between two other lily flowers bucket probably representing the face of the child Jesus Probably from Saint-Omer Late Eighteenth century
Five forks and two knives, the handles in opaline glass decorated with polychrome floral motifs and the end of birds or Chinese. Royal glassworks of the Duke of Orleans - Bernard Perrot or Germany. Beginning of the eighteenth century