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French Stoneware Pot Antique Pottery Jaspe Confit Ironstone Pitcher Free Shippi

A STUNNING JASPE MILK PITCHER FROM THE SAVOIE (THE AREA OF THE FRENCH ALPS). THE SIZE AND THICKNESS OF THE GLAZE MAKES THIS ONE OF THE OLDEST OF THE 19TH C WITH AMAZING JASPE COLORS AND EXCELLENT CONDITION. I HAVE NOT FOUND A JASPE PICHET THIS TALL AND WITH A DIAMETER LIKE THIS PIECE. HEIGHT […]

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French Antique Stoneware Redware Pottery Yellow Ceramic Confit Glaze Pot Pitcher

As these forms of poteries became more and more popular, the Potters try to outpace each other with designing forms more fantastic than others! The Plongeon (plonger -‘to plunge’) here with the extra handle and spout, was a deluxe version of the more standard form which in itself was a superb design.. Found in the […]

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French Antique Mustard Pot & Vinegar Bottle 1860-1900s Porcelain Stoneware

Have nothing in your houses that you do not consider to be beautiful or useful. Known as the mustard capital of France, mustard had been produced there since 1316 and at one point in the 1650s, had over 400 different producers. One of the main manufacturers was the Bornier company founded in 1816. An original […]

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