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I HAVE NEVER RECEIVED A BAD EVALUATION. I WAS HACKED BY A FOREIGN GROUP/PERSON. WHEN I TRIED TO STOP IT, THEY WERE ABLE TO GIVE ME A BAD EVALUATION! PLEASE IGNORE UNTIL REMOVED. THE BRISSARD IS THE NAME OF THIS FORM THAT MOVED THROUGH THREE REGIONS BEFORE IT MORPHED INTO […]

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Welcome to Antiques & Moore! This listing is for a nice 19th Century H R Quimper French Faience salt glaze pottery plate with wide decorative border and colorful stylized geometric design in the center. The plate features the favored color combination of brick (red-orange), yellow, green and blue. The “H” […]

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NEW COLLECTION MADE IN’BAR BOULUD – PALM BEACH. I have never found one in Green and what a Green it… The most stunning ever. Perfect glaze with the most stunning emerald green with a cavalcade of hues of greens including the bottom. This for only made in Castelnaudary, Languedoc. The […]

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IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE PRACTICAL INFORMATION OF THE PIECE AND NOT THE HISTORY… PLEASE SKIP FIRST PARAGRAPH AND SKIP T0 THE SEND PARAGRAPH. THE WORLD’S FIRST THERMOS. A CRUCHE WITH THE SPOUT AND THE DRINKING SPOUT ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE VESSEL. THE WORKERS IN THE HOT SUN […]

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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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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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Welcome to Antiques & Moore! This listing is for a nice 19th Century H R Quimper French Faience salt glaze pottery plate with wide decorative border and colorful stylized geometric design in the center. The plate features the favored color combination of brick (red-orange), yellow, green and blue. The “H” […]

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WHITE LINE ON PHOTO IS NOT ON CRUCHE. I DON’T KNOW WHAT CAUSED IT THE PHOTO. 19TH CENTURY CRUCHE (ORJOL) OF THE REGION FROM THE GIRONDE (WEST OF TOULOUSE) TO SAINTONGE (ON THE ATLANTIC). THESE CRUCHES ARE JUST STUNNING IN COLOR AND A FORM WHICH IS THE ONLY AREA THAT […]

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IT IS SO STUNNING AND IN BEAUTIFUL CONDITION WITH THE AIR OF THE EARLY 19TH C. 7 INCHES H DIAMETER OF 5.5 – 6 AND A RIM THAT HAS EXTRA DESIGN OF A FLARED SHAPE. I HAVE NEVER FOUND A POT A CONFITURE BEFORE. IT IS AS IF THE POTTERS […]

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YOU CAN COMPARE THIS ONE WITH OTHERS. THE BOUTEILLES À PASSANT WAS THE ORIGINAL NAME FOR THIS PIECE THAT WAS MEANT TO CARRY ON THE SIDE OF A HORSE THIUS SO MANY VERY STRONG HANDLES FOR THICK ROPE… OR IF YOU DIDN’T HAVE A HORSE OR BUGGY///ON YOUR BACK. YOU […]

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