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"Jacqueline" pitcher in Lille earthenware - Eighteenth century

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Large anthropomorphic pitcher in Lille earthenware called "Jacqueline", covered, representing a woman in a flowered dress and polka-dot apron, sitting on a green mound - Eighteenth century 

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Large anthropomorphic pitcher in Lille earthenware called "Jacqueline", covered, representing a woman in a flowered

dress and polka-dot apron, sitting on a green mound.

The pewter frame is missing.

Restoration to the handle and a chip to the cover.

High: 34cm

Eighteenth century

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"Jacqueline" pitcher in Lille earthenware - Eighteenth century

"Jacqueline" pitcher in Lille earthenware - Eighteenth century

Large anthropomorphic pitcher in Lille earthenware called "Jacqueline", covered, representing a woman in a flowered dress and polka-dot apron, sitting on a green mound - Eighteenth century