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Strasbourg plate

A faience plate made in Strasbourg, 1748-1754.

Joseph Hannong plate

3 200,00 
A plate in faience made in Strasbourg, Joseph Hannong, with a Chinese fisherman, circa 1765-1770.

A pair of heraldic lions

1 250,00 
A pair of heraldic lions in faience, made during the second half of the 18th century probably in Aptes, south

An earthenware plate of Strasbourg

An faience plate made in Strasbourg, circa 1765-1770.


Faience pot-jacquot realized in 1750 in the East of France.

Fish dish in faience, Lunéville

1 200,00 
EA dish in faience made for serving fish, Lunéville, circa 1770-1780.

Plate in faience of Strasbourg

A plate in faience of Strasbourg, Joseph Hannong, circa 1770.

A trompe l’oeil in faience

1 200,00 
An faience trompe l'oeil of eggplants, probably Schretzheim.

Plat ovale en faïence de Rouen

1 350,00 
Un plat ovale en faïence de Rouen, décor à la double corne, XVIIIe siècle.

Dutch faience tile

A blue and white faience tile with a deer in the center, 18th century.

Lion in faience

A lion in faience made in Saint-Clément, end of the 19th century, beginning of the 20 century.

A blue and white earthenware pitcher from Ansbach

A blue and white earthenware pitcher from Ansbach in the late first half of the 18th century. The pitcher has a rich blue and white decoration with a work of scrolls. The village is certainly a Bavarian village.

Wall fountain by Paul or Balthazar Hannong

9 500,00 
A faience wall fountain by Paul or Balthazar Hannong, with blue and white grand feu decoration, on a theme related to water, circa 1735-1748.

Corporative pitcher

2 200,00 
A faience "patronymic" pitcher from Durlach, representing a weaver at his loom, early 19th century.

Pair of tobacco jars

1 800,00 
A pair of faience tobacco jars, attributed to Brussels, showing Chinese, monkeys, circa 1820-1830.

Theodore Deck faience plate

1 100,00 
A blue enamelled faience plate, made by Théodore Deck (1823-1891), second half of the 19th century.

Lunéville faience wet drug jar

A Lunéville faience wet drug jar, 1730-1740.

Faience statuette

Faience statuette, representing a man dressed in the Louis-Philippe fashion, 2nd quarter of the 19th century.