Exceptional plaques signed Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle,
measurement 17 x 10 ½ inches
The piece is wrapped in an original Victorian (removable)
Among Palissy Ware unique and important artworks are iconic Carré de
Busserolle’s masterpiece that are seldom put on the Antique market
- Cf. See "Palissy Ware" Nineteenth-century French ceramists from
Avisseau to Renoleau, Marshall P. Katz page 111 picture n° 135
Armand Carré de Busserolle was born in Draguignan on 8 December
1823. He was the son of military officer and at the age of twenty joined
the army. He became Captain in 1852 and served in Africa for about a
year, he was also heavily involved in the letter stages of the Franco-
Prussian war.
In 1870 he rose to Lieutenant-Colonel and later was promoted General,
he retired in December 1885 settled in Tours and took up ceramics as a
serious hobby. A remarkable platter with river fish and reeds
surrounded by an unusual blue and white border is displayed at the
Tours Museum of fine Art. This example is one of the few surviving
works by Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle.
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Exceptional plaques signed Armand-Louis-Henri Carr&eacute; de Busserolle,<br />
measurement 17 x 10&nbsp;&frac12; inches<br />
The piece is wrapped in an original Victorian (removable)<br />
Among Palissy Ware unique and important artworks are iconic Carr&eacute; de<br />
Busserolle&rsquo;s masterpiece that are seldom put on the Antique market<br />
- Cf. See &quot;Palissy Ware&quot; Nineteenth-century French ceramists from<br />
Avisseau to Renoleau, Marshall P. Katz page 111 picture n&deg; 135<br />
Armand Carr&eacute; de Busserolle was born in Draguignan on 8 December<br />
1823. He was the son of military officer and at the age of twenty joined<br />
the army. He became Captain in 1852 and served in Africa for about a<br />
year, he was also heavily involved in the letter stages of the Franco-<br />
Prussian war.<br />
In 1870 he rose to Lieutenant-Colonel and later was promoted General,<br />
he retired in December 1885 settled in Tours and took up ceramics as a<br />
serious hobby. A remarkable platter with river fish and reeds<br />
surrounded by an unusual blue and white border is displayed at the<br />
Tours Museum of fine Art. This example is one of the few surviving<br />
works by Armand-Louis-Henri Carr&eacute; de Busserolle.<br />
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Object description :

"Exceptional plaques signed Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle,
measurement 17 x 10 ½ inches
The piece is wrapped in an original Victorian (removable)
Among Palissy Ware unique and important artworks are iconic Carré de
Busserolle’s masterpiece that are seldom put on the Antique market
- Cf. See "Palissy Ware" Nineteenth-century French ceramists from
Avisseau to Renoleau, Marshall P. Katz page 111 picture n° 135
Armand Carré de Busserolle was born in Draguignan on 8 December
1823. He was the son of military officer and at the age of twenty joined
the army. He became Captain in 1852 and served in Africa for about a
year, he was also heavily involved in the letter stages of the Franco-
Prussian war.
In 1870 he rose to Lieutenant-Colonel and later was promoted General,
he retired in December 1885 settled in Tours and took up ceramics as a
serious hobby. A remarkable platter with river fish and reeds
surrounded by an unusual blue and white border is displayed at the
Tours Museum of fine Art. This example is one of the few surviving
works by Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle.
 "
Exceptional plaques signed Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle,
measurement 17 x 10½ inches
The piece is wrapped in an original Victorian (removable)
Among Palissy Ware unique and important artworks are iconic Carré de
Busserolle’s masterpiece that are seldom put on the Antique market
- Cf. See "Palissy Ware" Nineteenth-century French ceramists from
Avisseau to Renoleau, Marshall P. Katz page 111 picture n° 135
Armand Carré de Busserolle was born in Draguignan on 8 December
1823. He was the son of military officer and at the age of twenty joined
the army. He became Captain in 1852 and served in Africa for about a
year, he was also heavily involved in the letter stages of the Franco-
Prussian war.
In 1870 he rose to Lieutenant-Colonel and later was promoted General,
he retired in December 1885 settled in Tours and took up ceramics as a
serious hobby. A remarkable platter with river fish and reeds
surrounded by an unusual blue and white border is displayed at the
Tours Museum of fine Art. This example is one of the few surviving
works by Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle.
Price : 6850 €
Artist : Armand-louis-henri Carré De Busserolle
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Excellent état

Material : Céramique
Length: 43 cm.
Width : 26 cm.

Reference : 603721
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19th century European paintings and ‘’Barbizon School’’
Exceptional plaques signed Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle,
measurement 17 x 10 ½ inches
The piece is wrapped in an original Victorian (removable)
Among Palissy Ware unique and important artworks are iconic Carré de
Busserolle’s masterpiece that are seldom put on the Antique market
- Cf. See "Palissy Ware" Nineteenth-century French ceramists from
Avisseau to Renoleau, Marshall P. Katz page 111 picture n° 135
Armand Carré de Busserolle was born in Draguignan on 8 December
1823. He was the son of military officer and at the age of twenty joined
the army. He became Captain in 1852 and served in Africa for about a
year, he was also heavily involved in the letter stages of the Franco-
Prussian war.
In 1870 he rose to Lieutenant-Colonel and later was promoted General,
he retired in December 1885 settled in Tours and took up ceramics as a
serious hobby. A remarkable platter with river fish and reeds
surrounded by an unusual blue and white border is displayed at the
Tours Museum of fine Art. This example is one of the few surviving
works by Armand-Louis-Henri Carré de Busserolle.
 
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