"Paris: Manufacture Of Van Der Taelen: Porcelain Jug, Early 19th Century"PARIS: Manufacture of VAN DER TAELEN: porcelain baluster shaped jug with a rare topographical decoration representing in a large medallion a district of the City of Vesoul with inscriptions and scale made in platinum. Houses and gardens made in polychromy on a white background with various inscriptions: "Vines de la Motte", "Jardin à Mr Retoré", "Jardin du Collège", Maison à Monsieur Juif "," Rue des Annonciades "," Hotel de Ville, "Rue de la Préfecture", "Garden of Many People" and a dedication "Here your children are with you for remembrance and hope", "Henry, ing. Verif. 1813 ". On the reverse Fab. of G. Van der Taëlen porcelain in Paris 1813 »framing in gold and a frieze of oak leaf, garlands of fruits, cypresses, horns of plenty on lustrous purple background in imitation of agate . The handle ended with a mask of a bearded man. Van der Taëlen is listed in the work of Madame de Guillebon. Van der Taëlen has signed a plate representing the map of Haute Saone. See exhibition "French porcelain from 1673 to 1914". Paris, Pavilion of Marsan, Palais du Louvre, Nov. Dec. 1929, N ° 1640. Dimensions: Height 28.5 cm Condition: Excellent, some slight wear of gold.