Cuche Buire Jarre Vals De Saone Popular Art 18-19th flag

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"Cuche Buire Jarre Vals De Saone Popular Art 18-19th"
2 Pitchers pottery tours used in the Bresse region, Vals de Saône and Lyon .They may have been manufactured according to the latest findings of researchers in Givors .This type of rustic pottery produced in region 18 and 19th is decorated on a background brown to red brown to yellow barolet with motifs of flowers, grapes, reversed spirals in general ... They are glazed, above decorates, as part of the belly .We see in the various museums regions Rhône-Alpes, Burgundy, Franche-Comté 2 .The jugs are sold "in juice" and decorate their particular hardiness accepting defects due to their use by generations .POTERIE No. 1 ht: 39.4cm Diameter: 30 cm half glazed spiral decoration, flower, grape ... lack cove .POTERIE No. 2 ht: 34.5 cm diameter 27 cm glazed half also decorates the grounds are also flower, spiral and grape but used in a very different way . The bill is missing 680th They are sold both and can be sold individually at the request .Possibilité mailing, careful packaging, by registered mail with insurance and no package for monitoring internet (shipping) or POSSIBILITY DELIVERY bY CARRIER .Magasin SAONE ANTIQUES 149 rue the lifting 01750 ST LAURENT SUR SAONE 500 meters MACON (71000) open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am 30-12h30 and 15 h - 19 h 30. The morning before the call Purchase and furniture restoration, 18-19-20ème objects, inheritance, division, estimation, storage etc ...
Price: 550 €
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis 16th, Directory
Condition: In its current state

Reference: 175034
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