Oval basket in faïence, the creamy white ground decorated with pink and blue applied naturalistic flowers of great quality,
standing on a flat base with green twisted handles decorated with similar flowers. The centre with a decor of pink roses
The maufacture de Sceaux was in operation from 1748 to 1794, Pieces decorated with naturalistic flowers, fruit, and the like in relief may have been modeled by Richard Glot, who purchased the factory in 1772.
Sceaux, France second half of the 18th century circa 1775-1780.
The Sceaux factory dates from the middle of the 18th century. It adopted the ceramic fashions of its time, notably the rocaille style and the low-fire decoration imitating porcelain. The factory produced common earthenware, fine earthenware and soft porcelain. The high quality production was intended to compete with the soft porcelain of Vincennes, the future Sèvres porcelain, which alone has the privilege of producing porcelain.
Codition: The piece is in good condition there is what appeas to be a crack in the underneath, wich is a fault in the glaze when it was fired,
one flower on the side is slightly deformed, also a firing fault.
HEIGHT: 11cm (4¼")
WIDTH: 36.5cm (14¼")
DEPTH: 28.5cm (11¼")