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19th-C. French Figural Jug

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As described by Cracked Vessel Vintage

This large figural jug was created in Onnaing, France, home to a large Faiencerie. It depicts a politician calling for reform as he handles a bag of cash, proving that some things never change. The color and expressive features make this a lively and collectible piece. The marking on the bottom dates it to somewhere between 1875 and '90.

About the Seller

Cracked Vessel Vintage
Cracked Vessel Vintage

Mary Feuer, founder of Cracked Vessel Vintage, left her career as a screenwriter and producer to join the ranks of the pickers. Nowadays she turns her eccentric eye on swaps, thrift stores, estate and yard sales, finding grace in things others pass by. “Old objects remind us there’s beauty in imperfection,” she says. Hence the shop’s name, inspired by a line in a Leonard Cohen song: “There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets in.”

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Product Information

Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
ceramic
Size:
5" W x 11" H
Color/Finish:
multi
Care:
other; Hand-wash.