Offered is this exceedingly rare Creil creamware charger or round platter. Measures 12 in diameter. A wonderful example of early French transferware art, black on cream. Features a lovely landscape scene with trees, mountains and a covered wagon meandering down a road. Included in the backstamp. “Par Brevet d’Invention” indicates an early patent. Also “Stone Coquerel et le Gros, Paris” and an embossed mark, not sure what it says. The charger dates to the early 1800s, possibly 1810. In very good condition for its age with wear to the rim (3 tiny glaze chips), utensil marks and some wear to the black lined trim. Would be stunning as part of a wall collection or for cabinet display. The charger will be carefully packed and fully insured for safe arrival. I have some other very special antique creamware currently listed, check out my other items if interested. The item “Antique Creil French Faience Creamware Charger, 12 Diameter, Black Transferware” is in sale since Sunday, March 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Plates & Chargers”. The seller is “foureyesandears” and is located in Falls Church, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Style: French
- Maker: Creil
- Age: 1800-1849
- Color: Beige
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Country/Region of Origin: France