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Vintage

French 19th-C. Glazed Tile

Marc Charbonnet

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French 19th-C. Glazed Tile
French 19th-C. Glazed Tile
French 19th-C. Glazed Tile
French 19th-C. Glazed Tile
French 19th-C. Glazed Tile

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Very Good; small chip in corner beneath the frame

Country of Origin:

France

Materials:

ceramic/wood

Damage Information:

None; small chip in corner beneth the frame

Size:

7" L x 7" W x 3" H

Color/Finish:

blue/green/white/brown

Why We Love This

Rare glazed tile titled "Jeanne Charbonnier 1789" depicting a woman in revolutionary costume with a cap on a pike, a reference to Louis XVI who was called "Louis Capet" during the French revolution.
As described by DNU - Marc Charbonnet

Why We Love This

Rare glazed tile titled "Jeanne Charbonnier 1789" depicting a woman in revolutionary costume with a cap on a pike, a reference to Louis XVI who was called "Louis Capet" during the French revolution.

About DNU - Marc Charbonnet

Marc Charbonnet, a native New Orleanian, first arrived in New York on July 4th, a day he recalls as his “personal day of independence." He has enjoyed acclaim for his interior decorating and design firm, MECA, for nearly 20 years; has been featured on the cover of Architectural Digest and has been one of the magazine's 'AD 100' for three consecutive years. His interiors are elegant, comfortable, and classic.

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