"Dish In Earthenware Popular Art, End Of The Eighteenth Century."This very pretty faience dish represents a man returning from the river, he smokes a pipe, and carries on his shoulder a long pole, at his end a square net where is the fruit of his fishing, full of the charm of the objects of Popular Art, the posture of the man is no less well rendered, one imagines nonchalant, walking with a quiet step by bringing his fish home. I could not find the production center, I thought about the work of the center of France but also that of the North without being able to bring it closer to a specific place with certainty. Slight accident in the heel. Period late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. Dimensions: diameter 28.5 cm.