Spherical teapot covered with gray glaze stoneware Westerwald, decorated with friezes of acanthus leaves covered in semi-relief. Weir twisted.
GERMANY, Westerwald. 18th century.
Height : 14 cm.
Cf: Gisela Reincking von Bock, Steinzeug, catalog of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Cologne
n° 668 and following similar shapes, 1976.


Exceptional, large commemorative dish, dated 1716 in glazed earthenware with a beige background, with incised decoration in red and green of a dancing couple with a musician playing the cello framed by bunches of grapes bearing the date "Anno 1716" and a patronymic inscription in German.
These rare dishes were ordered for weddings.
Beginning of the 18th century.
Diameter: 44 cm.


Earthenware plate with yellow monochrome decoration called "daffodil" and manganese in the center of a grotesque figure in a rocaille cartouche decorated with flowers, three shells and flowering rinceaux on the wing.

 FRANCE, Angoulême. Late 18th century.

 Diameter: 24.2 cm.

See Faïencerie de Jucaud (1792 ? -1869).

Plate from a service called "the daffodil service" still called "orange salad service".


A faience mustard pot with polychrome and gold decoration of flowers and birds. NETHERLANDS. Delft, Beginning of 18th century.

H. 10 cm, D. 7 cm.


Delft earthenware dish with polychrome decoration with "Chinese furniture" or "with a sample"; Mark on the back ARK in blue attributed to the factory of "Three Barrels of Golden Ash".

NETHERLANDS, Delft, 18th century.

Diameter : 31,2 cm.


A siliceaous ceramic spherical jug with molded and openwork decoration under white glaze of twelve signs of zodiac.
IRAN,11th-12th century.
H. 13 cm.


A dish in faience with polychrome decoration of a duck.
FRANCE, Les Islettes. Beginning of 19th century.
Diam. 31 cm.


Plate in faience with polychrome decoration of a cat.
FRANCE, Les Islettes. End of 18th century.
Diam. 22 cm.


Faience round dish with polychrome decoration of a giraffe and his guide.

FRANCE, Les Islettes. Circa 1827-28. 19th century.

Diameter : 30,03 cm

In the 19th century, the giraffe is seen as the archetypal exotic animal. Provided with an extraordinary size and with a neck of an outstanding length, this giraffe of two years comes to us from Nubia. It was a present of the Pasha Mehemet-Ali to Charles X, the King of France. Thus, it made a long journey. Embarked on a boat of the city of Alexandria, it landed in the port of Marseille in November 1826. Then, the giraffe was escorted by the director of the Museum of Jardin des Plantes from Marseille to Paris.

The giraffe and its escort arrived on June 30th, 1827 in the heart of the capital under the admiring glance of the Parisians, before being presented to Charles X in Saint-Cloud. Once the royal visit was made, it was accommodated in the Jardin des Plantes of Paris, where it lived peacefully during more than twenty years.

Faience round dish with polychrome decoration of a giraffe with a young man.


(East of France)

Pair of faience dish with a decoration of couple scene call departure of the hunting and return of the hunting. Workshop of Dupré.

FRANCE, Les Islettes.

Circa 1830. 19th century.

D.iameter 30.5 cm.


Pair of faience round dishes  (East of France) depicting scenes from the soldier Louis Gillet who hunts the aggressors of a girl in forest on the first dish, and on the second, Louis Gillet the rescuer goes with her to her parents.
FRANCE, Les Islettes. Empire period, beginning of the 19th century.
Diameter : 30 et 30,2 cm.


Siliceous ceramic dish with polychrome decoration in full of a mandorla in the center of the basin surrounded by flowering branches in curves and counter-curves. Stylized rocks and waves on the wing. Reverse side punctuated with ten stylized flowers.

Turkey, Iznik. Late 16th century.

Diameter : 31 cm.


Siliceous ceramic dish with polychrome decoration full of a bouquet of four blue tulips and four red carnations. Stylized rocks and waves on the wing. Stylized blue and green flowers on the reverse.
Turkey, Iznik. Early 17th century.

Diameter: 31.5 cm.

Spice box covered in earthenware in the shape of a shoe with polychrome decoration of Chinese and peasant.
FRANCE. Lille, 18th century;
Length: 13 cm; Height: 5,5 cm.
Former Jules Desurmont collection, Christie's sale April 2015.

A faience writing case with polychrome decoration depicting a Chinese man leaning against palm trees, sitting on bales with a brown background, topped with two inkwells and an hourglass.
FRANCE, Lille. Mid 18th century.
Height: 24.5 cm.
A model similar to the one shown at the Faïences Françaises exhibition at the Grand Palais in 1986. Bibliography: French earthenware from the 16th to 18th centuries, National Gallery of the Grand Palais N°46 p.69.



A plate in faience with polychrome decoration « à la bouillabaisse » of fish and shellfish.
Factory of Veuve Perrin,

FRANCE, Marseille. 18 th century.
Diam. 24 cm.


a saucer in faience with polychrome decoration of coat of arms double with a Marquess’s crown.
FRANCE, Marseille. Factory of Gaspard Robert, 18th century.
Diam. 13,4 cm.


Plate earthenware decorated in shades of green and grotesque fantasy animals on four terraces surrounded by flowers and foliage
FRANCE, Moustiers. 18th century.

Marked: "L" or "V".
Diameter : 25,5 cm.


Plate earthenware decorated in shade blue

Manufacture Clérissy.

FRANCE, Moustiers.XVIIIe Century.

Diameter : 24 cm.


A  oval hollow dish in faience with polychrome decoration of a maritime scene.
Factory of Fouque,

FRANCE, Moustiers. 18th century.
Length. 38,5 cm.


A faience saupoudroir of sugar decorated in different shades of blue called “Bérain”, and garland of lambrequin.

FRANCE, Moustiers, 18th century.

Height. 24.5 cm.


A faience plate with Revolutionary and patronymic decoration in the center with a soldier of National Army near a sentry box and a tree of liberty with a Phrygian cap. Inscription: « François Portefeuille 1794 ». FRANCE, Nevers. 18th century.

Diameter. 22 cm.

Plate with contoured edge in earthenware with revolutionary polychrome decoration in the center of a dog and a cat facing each other on a mound framing the symbols of the three orders joined together by a ribbon surmounting the inscription "Pran garde au chat".
FRANCE, Nevers. Circa 1790/94.
Diameter: 23 cm.

Cf. C. Bonnet Faïences Révolutionnaires,  Collection Louis Heitschel, p. 94 n°88.Sylvain Druet/ Collection. Ménard, N° 528 p.326 - Sainte Menehould, juin 2019.


A plate in faience with polychrome decoration representing a fox behind a metal grating. It’s the vigilance and humility. Inscription : « Le plus fin se trompe ».
FRANCE, Nevers. 18th century.

Diam. 23,4 cm.
Cf. Model similar to the Musée de la Céramique de Rouen, Inv. 2351 et J. Garnier et C. Vaudour, catalogue de l’exposition « Faïence Révolutionnaire » Rouen, musée de la Céramique, février-août 1989, fig. 393 p.75.


A plate decorated in polychrome wich attempts to narrate the history of King Picpus walding off the advances of its adversary from Circé.

There is a wild boar in the background and

Inscriptions PIcpus and Circé.

At the back of the plate, the is an inscription that dates this mythological event from the 18th century, 1737.

FRANCE Nevers .

Diam: 23 cm.


A  faience jatte representing six persons, women and babies, men and old men. Inscription in French with date “1758”.

FRANCE, Nevers, 18th century.

Diam: 33,8 cm.
Origin : Coll. René Gauthier. Exhibition in Museum d’Orbigny-Bernon 1988 « Les Faïences de La Rochelle ». Illustrated in the exhibition-book n°339 p. 168.


Faïence bowl with polychrome wedding representative Marie and Jacques.
Inscription "Marie and Jacques Hulas Tessie,1780”.
FRANCE, Nevers. Eighteenth century.
Diamètre : 28,9 cm.


A faience big dish painted in blue and manganeses representing «  the adoration of the three mage king ».
FRANCE, Nevers. 17th century.
Diam. 48 cm.


Lion in faience with blue decoration.

FRANCE, Nevers, Middle or second part of 17th century.

Length. 40 cm ; Width. 22 cm ; Height. 40.5 cm. Several lacks of enamel visibles.

Inspired by China, the lion resting its leg on a ball (which in an imperial context, represents the ascendancy on the world).


Faience statuette depicting a young woman

Niderviller, faience statuette depicting a young woman, within natural polychrome decoration.
FRANCE, Niderviller. Eighteenth century.
H. 13.7 cm


A faience figure depicting a gardener woman with fruits in her apron, a watering can and a basket near her feet.

FRANCE, Niderviller.18th century.

Height. 22 cm.


Faïence dish with polychrome flowers and foliages in the Iznik style.
ITALY, Padoue. Seventeenth century.
Diamètre : 28 cm.


A  faience jatte with a gardener cutting an orange tree. Inscription and date “Jacques Daussy 1719”.

H. 11 cm ; D. 36,5 cm.

FRANCE, Rouen, XVIII° siècle.

Cf. Sale Daubergue, Paris Hôtel Drouot 12/11/1984.


Plate with bent edge in Rouen earthenware with polychrome decoration in full of a Chinese carrying a flag called Chinese flag with standard, flowered rocks, pagoda and aquatic plants.
Manufacture of Pierre Paul Caussy, rocaille period.
Around 1750, middle of the 18th century.
Diameter: 25 cm.
Three shelling resumed at 1h, 6h and 10h.
See similar plate "L'art de la fayence des Caussy" by Christian de la Hubaudière and chantal Soudée Lacombe, p. 352, Ed. Lilou 2007.
Plate with identical decoration at the Musée de la céramique, Cité de la Céramique Sèvres, marked "Co" (MNCS 19232).


Rouen earthenware bench with polychrome decoration called "five colors" of a large basket in bloom in the center and garlands of flowers, fruits and lambrequins on the fall. Handles with black dots on a yellow background.

Circa1740-45, 18th century.

Length: 41,5 cm ; Width : 28 cm.

Former Robert Damilaville and Lefebvre collection

Pair of spherical earthenware vases decorated with blue and red monochrome decoration by many Chinese in the gardens of a palace.
FRANCE, Rouen, First third of the 18th century, around 1725.
Height: 17 cm. Diameter: 19 cm.
Old Jean Bloch collection, sale Paris, Palais Galliera, 2 December 1961 lot 82.

Pair of earthenware cannon pots with blue monochrome decoration of a cartouche formed of flowering branches bearing the manganese inscription "Orvientan: P" for one and "V/ Epispast" for the other.
FRANCE: St cloud or Paris. Late 17th century.
Height: 24 cm.


Plate in faïence with fine quality low fired polychrome decoration of an off-centre bouquet of flowers composed of a rose and a tulip, flowers scattered on the edges.
Marked JH. Joseph Hannong period.
FRANCE, Strasbourg. 18th Century.
Diameter : 24.3 cm


Dish in faience with polychrome decoration of a chinese in the center and flowers around.
Joseph Hannong period, circa 1770.

FRANCE, Strasbourg, XVIII° century.
Marked « JH 600 ».
Diam. 25 cm.


Terrine in the form of a duck in faience with a petit feu polychrome decor

 period of Paul Hannong.

FRANCE, Strasbourg. circa 1745-1754.
Height : 28 cm.
Length : 38 cm.


Faïence terrine covered in " baroc" with handles in rocailles, and its display unit.
Marked in blue under the display unit, PH for Paul Hannong.
FRANCE, Strasbourg. Circa 1754-1762.

18th Century.
Lengthof the display unit 38.5 cm
Width of the display unit 33 cm
Height of the terrine 22 cm
The display unit with polychrome decoration of fine individual flowers according to the engraving of Jean-baptiste Monnoyer about 1670-1680, large pink combed lines on the edges and a yellow line. The body is decorated with shells, combed and gadroons in relief. The heel is enamelled green. The lid is decorated with three butterflies and broad pink combed lines. The catch of the lid is in the shape of roses and foliages in relief.


Earthenware, polychrome decor fired in a slow oven.
Paul Hannong period,

FRANCE, Strasbourg. about 1750-1754.
Model by J.W. Lanz.
Height : 20 cm ; Width : 17.5 cm
Statuette of a hunter standing leaning against a tree trunk on a rectangular base, one leg in front of him, the other behind him, reposing on the gun that he is just about to raise to his shoulder. Green base, untreated tree, character dressed in green jacket, crimson breeches, tall white gaiters, green cap. Shard scarcely visible, white glaze.
Cf. Staatl. Museum, Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin, Scholss Charlottenburg im Besitz einesgauz ähulichen. Stückes Reiss-Museum Mamheim, inv n° IIC 1363.
Styles de france, objets et collections de 1610 à 1920. Paris p. 145.
Dr Swoboda, cat. Reiss. Museum Mannheim 1966 n° 58, 59.
Jean-Daniel Ludmann, exhibition catalogue Faïence de Strasbourg janv-mars 1975, n° 208 p. 120, Ed. Strasbourg 1975.


Gourd in faïence with polychrome decoration in the imitation of the tissue.
FRANCE, Varages. Late 18th century.
Length: 22.5 cm.

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