Decor de camaieu bleu representing two different views of an 18th century building and some birds on both sides.
France Circa 1760. Some old chips to the glaze, and marks from the original firing of the piece.
Nevers, a city located in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region of central France, became a significant site of faience production in the early seventeenth century, with close links to factories in Lyon. The 1565 marriage between Louis Gonzaga of Mantua and Henriette of Cleves, heiress of Nevers, encouraged the production of Italian artisans who had moved to the city and helped establish factories there.
HEIGHT: 26.5 cm (10½")
DIAMETER: 35 cm (13¾")