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PORQUIER-BEAU QUIMPER JARDINIERE

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PORQUIER-BEAU QUIMPER JARDINIERE
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Description
Circa 1894-1904, French faience pottery jardiniere with two side handles and overall rich colorful decoration, showing a scene with figures on one side and two lions holding the crests of Brittany and of Quimper beneath a shared crown, marked with a trefoil conjoined "PB" en serif on the bottom
h. 5 w. 16 d. 8-1/2 in.

Provenance: From the estate of the late Joan E. Black, Bronxville, NY; Mrs. Black was a friend of Sandra V. Bondhus, author of "Quimper Pottery: French Folk Art Faience," and often purchased items from auctions that Ms. Bondhus cataloged.

[In Situ Item] This item will not be on display in our saleroom during our preview period. If you wish to view it in-person please make a request with the gallery.
Condition
Some areas of fritting, one upper corner with crack (does not appear all the way through)
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PORQUIER-BEAU QUIMPER JARDINIERE

Estimate $300 - $500
Jul 17, 2022
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Starting Price $180
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0267: PORQUIER-BEAU QUIMPER JARDINIERE

Sold for $180
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Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $180
Summer Estates | July 2022
Jul 17, 2022 10:30 AM EDT
Buyer's Premium 27%

Lot 0267 Details

Description
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Circa 1894-1904, French faience pottery jardiniere with two side handles and overall rich colorful decoration, showing a scene with figures on one side and two lions holding the crests of Brittany and of Quimper beneath a shared crown, marked with a trefoil conjoined "PB" en serif on the bottom
h. 5 w. 16 d. 8-1/2 in.

Provenance: From the estate of the late Joan E. Black, Bronxville, NY; Mrs. Black was a friend of Sandra V. Bondhus, author of "Quimper Pottery: French Folk Art Faience," and often purchased items from auctions that Ms. Bondhus cataloged.

[In Situ Item] This item will not be on display in our saleroom during our preview period. If you wish to view it in-person please make a request with the gallery.
Condition
...
Some areas of fritting, one upper corner with crack (does not appear all the way through)

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