Strasbourg Earthenware Sauce Boat Marked Joseph Hannong flag

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"Strasbourg Earthenware Sauce Boat Marked Joseph Hannong"
Lovely oval sauce boat with contoured edge on a pedestal in Strasbourg earthenware and marked IH 482 for Joseph Hannong.
It is equipped with two side handles in the form of purple combed rock scrolls and has a floral decoration of small polychrome fire in bouquets of ''fleurs chatironnées''.

The 18th century represents the golden age of Strasbourg craftsmanship. The period is strongly marked by the work of the Hannong family. Three generations of the Hannong family (Charles-François Hannong, Paul Hannong and Joseph Hannong) founded and directed between 1721 and 1784 the earthenware factories of Strasbourg and Haguenau in Alsace, and the porcelain factory of Frankenthal in the Palatinate.
The large production of ''fleurs chatironnées'' corresponds to the period of Joseph Hannong between 1760 and 1775.
The name ''fleurs chatironnées'' owes its origin to the German language: ''Schattierung'' which means ''shadow''. Naturalistic flowers with contours outlined in a fine black line have thus been called ''fleurs chatironnées''.
(réf: reconnaître les origines des faïences – Ch. Massin )

L. 23 cm x D. 17 cm x H. 12cm

Marked: IH 482
Manufacture of Joseph Hannong.
Very good state
18th century – circa 1770.
Price: 850 €
Artist: Joseph Hannong
Period: 18th century
Style: Louis 15th - Transition
Condition: Très bon état

Material: Earthenware
Width: 23 cm
Height: 12 cm
Depth: 17 cm

Reference: 937232
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