A Round Dish Earthenware, Sceaux, 1770-1780 flag


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Object description :

"A Round Dish Earthenware, Sceaux, 1770-1780"
  • Earthenware
  • Flowers decoration
  • Manufacture of Sceaux
  • Glot Period, circa 1770-1780
  • Very good condition, wear back. firing defects,
  • Silverware type round dish earthenware, the decoration of a bouquet of flowers and flower lonely as "chatironnée", colors typical of the production of Sceaux. The 1770s saw the advent of the systematic production of Sceaux with the new direction of the paint shops by Richard Glot (1772) to replace Chapelle. Indeed, the strong competition from different manufactures - Strasbourg, Niderviller, Aprey- pushes them to produce quality but at lower prices
  • . Ref: "Faïence of Sceaux in the eighteenth century," L'estampille, No. 193, June 1986;
  • Price : 580 €
    Artist : Sceaux
    Period:18th century
    Style:Louis 15th, Transition
    Condition : Très bon état

    Material : Faïence
    Diameter : 34 cm

    Reference : 142657
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