"Tobacco Pot, Dog In Barbotine."This funny tobacco pot dates from the late nineteenth century, manufactured in slip it represents a sheepdog like griffin. He sits on his back train and makes the beautiful to get a treat. The enamelled earthenware called the slip saw the fervor of the public during the second half of the nineteenth century, many factories opened in the north of France and in Belgium, it was the occasion to create many decorative or humorous models, see satirical, Pitchers, tobacco pots and other flower pots. End of the 19th century. Excellent condition. Height 21.5 cm.