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ANTIQUE FRENCH FAIENCE

Faience, or tin-glazed and enamelled earthenware, first emerged in France during the sixteenth century, reaching widespread usage among elite patrons during the seventeenth and early eighteenth century.

While faience can be created from a wide mixture of clays, it is foremost distinguished by the milky opaque white colour achieved by the addition of tin oxide to the glaze.


UNUSUALLY LARGE NEVERS 18TH CENTURY FAÏENCE’POT À ORANGER’ IMPORTANT ROUEN EARLY 18TH CENTURY OCTAGONAL FAIENCE PLATTER OR 'BANNETTE' A RARE NEVERS TWO-HANDLED CHINOISERIE JARDINIERE 18TH CENTURY CORPS DE FONTAINE, MANUFACTURE ROYAL DE SAMADET LANDES, FRANCE 18TH CENTURY
18TH CENTURY BLUE & WHITE 'POT A ORANGER' FAÏENCE DE NEVERS 18TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE FAIENCE WALL FOUNTAIN BASE BLUE AND WHITE OCTAGONAL FAIENCE EARTHENWARE PLATTER, ROUEN, LATE 18TH CENTURY LARGE 18TH CENTURY ROUEN BLUE AND WHITE FAIENCE WALL FOUNTAIN
faience wine coolers
AN EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF EARLY 18TH CENTURY ROUEN WINE COOLERS OR SEAU À BOUTEILLE 18TH CENTURY BLUE & WHITE 'POT A ORANGER' FAÏENCE DE NEVERS LARGE LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY FAÏENCE JARDINIERE 18TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE FAÏENCE CACHE POT FROM NEVERS
BLUE AND WHITE FAIENCE 'RAFRAICHISSOIR' WINE COOLER, TOULOUSE, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
BLUE AND WHITE FAIENCE 'RAFRAICHISSOIR' WINE COOLER, TOULOUSE, 18TH CENTURY 18TH CENTURY FAÏENCE BALUSTER DELFT VASE 18TH CENTURY OCTAGONAL MOUSTIERS PLATTER 'À LA SOLANÉE'

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