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VINTAGE majolicadream

French Desvres Faience Jardinière

$295.00
Est. Arrival: May 29 - Jun 03
Qty
COLOR white/multi
CONDITION Very Good; minor wear
DIMENSIONS 7" L x 3.2" W x 3.3" H
ERA Antique: 1900-1910
MADE IN France
MADE OF faience
SKU 77300370
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 29 - Jun 03
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The owner of majolicadream has been a majolica specialist since 1996 and deals with a wide variety of the pottery, including Palissy, oyster plates and asparagus plates. She began selling her pieces in the Paris markets, and is now based in France and Texas. She looks for rare majolica pieces worldwide and her pieces have appeared in many books on the topic.
Why we love this
French Desvres faience jardinière, circa 1900. Marked on base. Minor wear.
About the Seller
The owner of majolicadream has been a majolica specialist since 1996 and deals with a wide variety of the pottery, including Palissy, oyster plates and asparagus plates. She began selling her pieces in the Paris markets, and is now based in France and Texas. She looks for rare majolica pieces worldwide and her pieces have appeared in many books on the topic.
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