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"Manufacture Française De Creil / "
A service of cups in Creil model Saint-Cricq. Circa 1810 in black biscuit. Including 5 Saucers (4 signed), 4 Cups (2 signed) to the model and a replacement Cup in Wedgwood Black Basalt, decorated in light relief with streaks, late eighteenth century signed. Made by the famous French manufacture of Creil. Founded in 1797, this establishment's mission was to compete with the famous English earthenware and first and foremost the most famous of all: the unmistakable Wedgwood, whose pottery, porcelain and earthenware were then renowned the world over. Creil is inspired by the British models of Wedgwood, and in particular by its series of “black basalt” in black sandstone. Directly influenced by ancient ceramics. Model exhibited in the collection of the Musée national Adrien Dubouché in Limoges.
Price : 1500 €
Artist : Creil.
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Bon état

Material : Biscuit noir.
Diameter : soucoupe 13 cm . tasse 8,5 cm.
Height : l'ensemble 5,5 cm.

Reference : 739481
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Guilhem Touzellier
arts décoratifs de la fin du XIXe siècle et du XXe
Manufacture Française De Creil /

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