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Antique Art Pottery French Faience Blue & White Centerpiece Bowl w Cherub Signed. Antique French Faience Blue & White Centerpiece Flower Bowl with Cherubs and Applied Flowers. Measures 7 1/4″ at tallest and 9 1/2″ at widest. Some losses to the tiny Flowers and some teeny glaze skips or pops. […]

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French Faience Barbers Bowl. Pictures a cherub, cannons. Flag, crossed swords and 1 d Nation. Assuming it is commemorating the. Condition, has some tiny glaze bubbles. Has two holes for hanging. 1820 10″ X 7 1/4″ X 2 1/2. The item “Antique French Faience Barbers Bowl, Shaving Bowl, Circa 1820″ […]

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Beautiful and hard to find Creil Montereau pedestal bowl in the Japon pattern. Piece is in excellent condition and free from chips, cracks or repairs. This is one of several pieces of Japon I will be listing tonight. Measures 9.5″ wide and 3.75″ tall. Signed on the base as seen […]

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Beautiful and hard to find Creil Montereau pedestal bowl in the Japon pattern. Piece is in excellent condition and free from chips, cracks or repairs. This is one of several pieces of Japon I will be listing tonight. Measures 11″ wide and 4″ tall. Signed on the base as seen […]

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Antique 18th / 19th century Veuve Perrin French faience pottery tripod fruit or serving bowl with three animal paw feet. Decorated with hand painted flowers and insects. Marked to the base VP. Has rim chips typical of these wares and a faint hairline – see photos. Measures 7 1/4″ in […]

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LARGe french porcelain faience Centerpiece bowl. Perfect to put on a table as fruit bowl or for biscuits / cup cakes/… With spelter bronze birds and satyr heads on the base. Floral decor in the bowl. 31 cm diameter, from bird to bird 47 cm wide so is pretty impressive […]

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If you want the real thing, this is it! Here is an absolutely fantastic ancient bowl with tin faience glazes, and bearing no makers’ mark. Condition is just right for a piece of this great age, several chips, cracks etc with multiple staple repairs, and all free hand painting. Is […]

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Has been made in. France, since the late seventeenth century. The earliest firm, founded in 1685 by Jean Baptiste Bousquet, was known as HB. Another firm, founded in 1772 by Francois Eloury, was known as Porquier. The item “Quimper Antique French Faience Barber Bowl, Shaving Bowl Circa 1800-1850″ is in […]

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My notes from the time Neta bought this about 1980 from and antique show, identify the marks as Sarreguemines. Utzchneider & Co about 1900. I know from Mr. Wikipedia that Utzchneider was the owner of the Sarreguemines plant that started the famous faience factories a hundred years earlier. I no […]

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