Two Lyon earthenware apothecary pots decorated in blue and manganese shades under the handle of the inscription: Cydonia and Lumbricor in bands, frieze of foliage on the neck. Formerly restored (see photos) - Seventeenth century
Moustiers earthenware cup to sick with polychrome flower decoration on each side and a grasshopper on top - Eighteenth century
Four porcelain covered juice pots from the manufacture of the Comte d'Artois in Paris in porcelain decorated in polychrome with bouquets of flowers, the border underlined with gold wolf teeth. Mark "CP" in red - Eighteenth century.
Rare Vienna porcelain cream jar with polychrome decoration of bouquets of flowers in medallions, the cover showing a snail. Mark coat of arms - 1744-1749 - Eighteenth century
Nice double salt cellar in Strasbourg earthenware with polychrome decoration depicting a young boy holding in his hands two birds in their nest, surrounded by two baskets - Eighteenth century - Period of Paul Hannong - Around 1750
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.
Beautiful helmet ewer in Montpellier earthenware, inspired by silversmith shapes, decorated in blue shades "à la Berain" with three putti seated on a console at the foot of a fountain surmounted by a monkey, surrounded by sphinxes, mascarons, draperies suspended, ironwork and lambrequins, simulated gadroons on the lower part, the pedestal decorated with lace patterns. Factory Ollivier. First third of the eighteenth century - Perfect state of conservation. Additional information on request.
Rare suite of eight Montereau earthenware plates with grisaille decoration on the theme of the Independence of Greece. Around 1810-1830 - The marli is punctuated with wreaths tied with ribbon inscribed with the names of "Maulis Byron / Canaris Fabvier / Botzaris Eynard" and with the cross of Lorraine bearing banners inscribed with the words "Liberty" and "The Cross". See: Amandry, A. (1982) Greek Independence in 19th Century French Faience, Athens: Fondation ethnographique du Péloponnèse, pp. 37-41.