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Place of Origin: French
1960s French Studio Glazed Ceramic Pottery Bottle with Stopper & Five Cups
By Studio Pottery
Located in London, GB
An absolutely wonderful 1970s French Studio Pottery bottle with its original stopper and five matching cups. The set may have been designed as a Japanese Sake Set...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

19th Century Ceramic Pot 'Pigeon Lovenest' Tablelamp
Located in Vosselaar, BE
A 19th century ceramic vase turned in to a tablelamp. These pots were used, particularly in the South of France, to provide breeding nests for pigeons in barns and sheds. As they are...
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Mid-19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Quimper French Blue and White Plate
Located in New York, NY
Quimper French blue and white plate. Early 19th century faience / terracotta/pottery hand painted plate with blue and yellow decoration cen...
Category

Early 19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Faience

Large Decorative Alsace Jug
Located in Port Chester, NY
This charming Alsace region pottery jug has a lovely color and colorful flower decoration. This jug is a large size and is suitable as a decoration or a classic jug or vase.
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Mid-19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Vide Poche/ Cendrier de Roger Capron" Diabolo"
By Roger Capron
Located in AIX-LES-BAINS, FR
De la série DIABOLO rouge vide poche ou cendrier fut fabriqué de 1955 à 1965 Roger Capron (1922 -2006) remporte en 1970 le Grand Prix International de la Céramique. Céramiste surdou...
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1950s French Provincial Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

French Bleu vert puttis Art Nouveau Barbotine Ceramic Mayolique VASE
Located in Valladolid, ES
Beautiful French slip center, PP S XX, Art Nouveau, circa 1900. In blue called Sevrès and green, it is presented with a base of three puttis holding a vase that is in turn enriched w...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Small 19th Century Yellow Glazed French Ceramic Confit Jar #3
Located in Munich, DE
Beautiful small confit jar with its characteristic yellow glaze. Confit jars were used primarily in the South of France for the preservation of meats such as duck or goose for dishes such as cassoulet or foie gras...
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19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

Vallauris France Green and Yellow Coffee Set / Tea Set
By Vallauris
Located in Achterveld, NL
Fabulous design of a luscious green and oker yellow Vallauris ceramic coffee set. This contemporary and complete set has a coffee pot, sugarbowl, creamer and six cups and saucers. T...
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1960s Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Vallauris Ocher earthenware olive pot France 1970 Yellow Color
By Vallauris
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
Vallauris Ocher earthenware olive pot France 1970 Yellow Color.
Category

1970s French Provincial Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

19th Century French Confit Pot with Yellow Ochre Glaze w/Green and Caramel Drips
Located in Birmingham, AL
A colorful 19th century French pot de confit or confit pot from southwest France having two handles and a yellow ochre glaze with green and caramel drips, circa 1870s. Utilitarian ea...
Category

1870s Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery, Terracotta

19th Century, French Green Glazed Terracotta Jug or Water Cruche
Located in Buisson, FR
Great authentic piece of pottery from the Provence. Unique and rare glaze. Beautiful weathered. Chips and imperfections help authenticate this water cruche as it was a utilitarian ty...
Category

19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

Important Wall Ceramic Abstract Plate Decoration by JN Gerard French Pottery
By Jean Nicolas Gerard
Located in Neuilly-en- sancerre, FR
J.N. Gerard French ceramic wall plate realised in the 1990s. Excellent original conditions, signed under the base Dimensions: 7 x 31 x 31cm.
Category

1990s French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

19th Century, French Yellow Glazed Earthenware Water Jug
Located in Buisson, FR
Great authentic and rare piece of pottery from the Provence. Beautiful weathered and an amazing color. Imperfections help authenticate this water cruche as it was an utilitarian type...
Category

19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Mid-Century French Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris Hand Made Signed Tulip Plate
By Atelier Cerenne of Vallauris
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From the Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris in France, a hand made pottery Tulip plate, circa 1940-1950. The plate is finished in a matte glazing of half black and half white, with a pair...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Antique French Confit Pot or Confit Jar Great Colour, Missing one Handle
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French Confit Pot or Confit Jar is a Mustard Yellow and the perfect decorative accessory for any country inspired kitchen. Please note the missing handle and a small hole in ...
Category

Early 1900s Country Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

19th C. French Petite Rustic Terracotta Confit Pot
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A small and beautifully shaped Provençal 'Confit Pot', made from traditional terracotta, and featuring the customary half-glazed exterior. Two elegantly formed side handles complete its practical design. These quintessentially French clay pots...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Terracotta

19th C. French Cream Glazed Terracotta Water Pitcher with Flowers
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A very pretty 19th century glazed terracotta water pitcher, from the Provence region of southern France. Glazed inside and out in a delicious creamy beige, the exterior has been hand...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Terracotta

19th C. French Large Green Terracotta Confit Pot
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A large and beautiful antique Provençal terracotta confit pot, glazed in a stunning deep green. Featuring two side handles, this pot would have originally served a very utilitarian p...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Antique French Confit Pot or Jar Originally Used for Storing Food Many Available
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French Confit pot or Confit Jar that were originally designed to store food. We have a few dozen in stock and they are the perfect accessory to add a dash of colour to your k...
Category

Early 1900s Country Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

19th C. French Opulent Glazed Terracotta Water Pitcher
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
This is a beautiful example of an authentic, 19th century French water pitcher from the Provence region. Glazed internally and externally, this wonderful sunshine-yellow jug has a la...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta, Earthenware

Pair of 19th Century French Terracotta Confit Pots
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A very attractive pair of provencial French Confit Pots, each with two side handles, and glazed internally. Light in colour, their exterior surfaces are beautifully aged, and full of...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Terracotta

19th C. French Half Glazed Terracotta Water Cruche
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A charming and authentic 19th century ceramic water pitcher, or ‘cruche’, with top and side handles, and pouring spout. Originally a piece of utilitarian kitchenware, used for transporting and storing cold water, this wonderfully charismatic tall Provençal jug...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Terracotta

19th C. Classic French Terracotta Confit Pot
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A charming terracotta 'Confit pot' with two side handles, glazed internally and full of character thanks to its authentic, time-worn patina. Once used in a southern French kitchen fo...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Terracotta

19th C. French Terracotta Water Jug with Gorgeous Patina
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
A superb 19th-century Provençal terracotta water cruche, with spout and handle, and glazed in traditional green. This beautiful vessel would have been used to transport water to work...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Terracotta

Mid-Century French Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris Hand Made Signed Tulip Plate
By Atelier Cerenne of Vallauris
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From the Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris in France, a hand made pottery Tulip plate, circa 1940-1950. The plate is finished in a matte glazing of half black and half white, with a pair...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Mid-Century French Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris Hand Made Signed Tulip Plate
By Atelier Cerenne of Vallauris
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From the Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris in France, a hand made pottery Tulip plate, circa 1940-1950. The plate is finished in a matte glazing of half black and half white, with a pair...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Mid-Century French Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris Hand Made Signed Tulip Plate
By Atelier Cerenne of Vallauris
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From the Atelier Cérenne à Vallauris in France, a hand made pottery Tulip plate, circa 1940-1950. The plate is finished in a matte glazing of half black and half white, with a pair...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

French enameled confit pot from beginning of the 20th century
Located in LYON, FR
Really nice confit pot from Gers region, France, made in the beginning of the 20th century. Made in terracotta and half enameled on top, they were used to conserve food. Good state o...
Category

Early 20th Century French Pottery

Materials

Enamel

Sculptural Studio Pottery Ceramic Tea Coffee Pot Signed Memphis Mid Century
Located in Bad Säckingen, DE
An unusual sculptural segmented teapot and remarkable piece of ceramic art, captivating with its unique design and artistic expression. Crafted from beige glazed ceramic, the teapot ...
Category

1990s Post-Modern French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

French, Terracotta Confit Pot Yellow Streaked of Green Glaze, Late 19th Century
Located in Labrit, Landes
French terracotta confit pot. Traditional large earthenware pottery confit pot from South West France with yellow glaze. This vessel was used from the 19th to the mid-20th century to...
Category

Late 19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

Pablo Picasso, Toros Plate
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Bradenton, FL
This Picasso ceramic plate, "Toros" is one in an edition of 500 and is made of white earthenware clay with englobes and oxidized paraffin decoration and enamel. The piece is stamped ...
Category

20th Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Pair of Faience Pitchers, Sitting Greyhound, Saint Clement, France, circa 1900
By Saint-Clément
Located in Bochum, NRW
Superb and rare pair of pitchers in barbotine of Saint-Clement, shaped as sitting dogs (greyhounds), in perfect condition. Large polychrome flowers and blue worsted coat on them and ...
Category

Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique French Pottery

Materials

Faience

19th Century French Pot d'Aisance en Terre Vernisse or Glazed Clay Chamber Pot
Located in Birmingham, AL
A rare and colorful early 19th century French pot d'aisance en terre vernisse or glazed terracotta chamber pot hand made in the South of France, circa early 1800s. Having a wide rim,...
Category

Early 1800s Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

French 19th Century Pottery Bowl
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
A delightful French 19th century pottery bowl of vibrant color with floral designs. This tall bowl has been glazed a lively warm orang...
Category

19th Century Rustic Antique French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Pablo Picasso "Visage" Madoura Ceramic Pitcher
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Bradenton, FL
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) "Visage" Madoura Ceramic Pitcher, Vallauris, France, incised date "9.1.69" beneath handle, conceived in 1969 in an edition of 500, earthenware with engravi...
Category

Mid-20th Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Rare 19th Century French Confit Pot or Egg Pot with Blue Glaze
Located in Birmingham, AL
A 19th century French confit pot or egg pot with rare periwinkle blue exterior glaze and white interior glaze, circa 1890s, from Martres-Tolosone, a small vil...
Category

1890s Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

French 19th Century Pottery Bowl
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
A fetching French 19th century pottery bowl of vibrant color with floral designs. This bowl has been glazed a lively warm orange with ...
Category

19th Century Rustic Antique French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

French Bressane 19th Century Glazed Pottery Jug with Glazed Geometric Motifs
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French Bressane pottery jug from the 19th century with geometric cream glazed motifs, including twirly motifs and flowers, molded back handle and front spout. A French Bressane pot...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Rustic French Provincial 19th Century Pottery Jug with Green Glazed Accents
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French Provincial pottery jug from the 19th century with green glazed accents and molded back handle. Immerse yourself in the pastoral charm of this French Provincial pottery jug, ...
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19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

19th Century French Glazed Earthenware vase with twisted Handles Green Color
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
An authentic 19th century French Vase This vase is full of character, handcrafted and glazed with 3 charming twisted handles. It would be beautiful with a bouquet of flowers or used...
Category

19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Earthenware, Pottery

Louis Dage French Art Deco Stoneware Vase, 1930
By Louis Dage
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco vase by Louis Dage (Anthony, Paris), France, ca.1930. Stoneware. Superb color combinations of oxblood, black and gold. Black inside. Measures: height: 6.5"(16.5cm), w...
Category

1930s Art Deco Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Stoneware

French Bressane 19th Century Glazed Pottery Jug with Soft Yellow Motifs
Located in Atlanta, GA
French Bressane pottery jug from the 19th century with brown glaze and soft yellow motifs. A charming French Bressane pottery jug from the 19th century, enveloped in a brown glaze ad...
Category

19th Century Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

French Provincial 19th Century Pottery with Green Glaze and Back Handle
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French Provincial pottery from the 19th century, with green glaze, molded back handle, dripping and rustic character. A captivating French Provincial pottery piece from the 19th ce...
Category

19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Louis Dage French Art Deco Africanist Stoneware Vase, ca.1930
By Louis Dage
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco vase by Louis Dage (Antony, Paris), France, ca.1930. Stoneware. Important enamel applications for a masterpiece of Africanism. Measures: Height:...
Category

1930s Art Deco Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Stoneware

French Provincial Napoléon III Era Green Glazed Pottery Jugs, Circa 1850
Located in Atlanta, GA
Two French Provincial Napoléon III period pottery jugs from circa 1850 with green glaze, dripping and lateral handles flanking the central spout. They are priced and sold individuall...
Category

Mid-19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Pablo Picasso "Taureau Sous L'arbre" Madoura Ceramic Plate
By Pablo Picasso
Located in Bradenton, FL
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) "Taureau Sous L'Arbre" Madoura Ceramic Plate, France, conceived in 1952, earthenware with white and black glazes, impressed stamp mark "Edition Picasso Mad...
Category

20th Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

Michel & Denise Pointu French Mid-Century Stoneware Vase, 1950s
By Denise Pointu Detraz
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French mid-century stoneware vase by Michel & Denise Pointu (Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye), France, 1950s. Height: 11"(28cm), Width: 8.3"(21cm), Depth : 4.5"(11.5cm). Marked "Arts-ceram Gr...
Category

Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern French Pottery

Materials

Stoneware

Small 19th Century French Green Glazed Terracotta Jug or Water Cruche
Located in Buisson, FR
Lovely small authentic and rare piece of pottery from the Provence. Beautiful weathered and an amazing color. Imperfections help authenticate this water cruche as it was a utilitar...
Category

19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

Antique Set of Six French Copper Sauce Pans
Located in Praha, CZ
Set of six beautiful copper sauce pans. The largest is 10 cm high, is 21 cm in diameter and 39 cm long (with handle). The smallest is 5 cm high, has 1...
Category

Early 1900s Antique French Pottery

Materials

Copper

Saint-Jean-du-Désert Cicada Vase, 1930-1939
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
Ceramic vase by SAINT-JEAN-DU-DESERT (Marseille), France, 1930s. Baluster vase with 2 handles decorated with Vincent & Mireille pattern (novel by Frédéric Mistral). Height : 35cm (1...
Category

1930s Art Deco Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

A Jerome Massier Majolica Trompe L' oeil Pink Flower Plate, French, ca. 1880
By Jerome Massier Fils
Located in Banner Elk, NC
A Jerome Massier Majolica (Barbotine) Trompe l'oeil Dish, naturalistically molded as a rosehip flower glazed in pink, green, yellow, and ochre, the reverse with impressed oval mark '...
Category

19th Century Victorian Antique French Pottery

Materials

Majolica

French Provincial 19th Century Green Glazed Pottery with Tripod Base and Handle
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French Provincial pottery from the 19th century with green glaze, molded handle, tripod base and weathered patina. Crafted with precision and artistry, this French Provincial potte...
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19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Rustic French 19th Century Pottery Jug with Yellow Glaze and Three Handles
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French pottery water jug from the 19th century with yellow glaze and three handles. Enhance your collection of French pottery with this charming 19th-century water jug. Hand craft...
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19th Century Rustic Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

French Ceramic Catch Alls by François Chatain
By François Châtain 1
Located in Beverly Hills, CA
Collection of 3x ceramic Vide-Poches by François Chatain Bulbous shaped with signature cracked finish. These catch-alls can be used for anything! Priced as a collection Small 4" Di...
Category

1960s Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century French White Glazed Confit Pot
Located in Winter Park, FL
A 19th century French earthenware lidded confit pot with rare white terre de fer, or ironstone glaze from Martres-Tolosone, a small village in Southwest France. In good condition wit...
Category

19th Century Country Antique French Pottery

Materials

Terracotta

Small 19th Century Antique French Ironstone Preserving Pots or Pots À Confiture
Located in Birmingham, AL
Hard to find small 19th century antique French ironstone preserving pots or pots à confiture, circa 1890s. These petite earthenware pots were ...
Category

1890s Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery, Ironstone

French Provincial 19th Century Pottery Jug with Brown Glaze and Double Handles
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French Provincial pottery jug from the 19th century with brown and orange glaze, tall narrow mouth, double handles and front spout. Imbued with a heartwarming rustic charm, this 19th century French Provincial pottery jug invites the beholder to a quaint countryside abode. The generously rotund body, effortlessly tapering down to a harmonious base, is bathed in a splendid symphony of brown and orange glazes. One of the jug’s most distinctive attributes is its tall, dignified narrow mouth, which arches skyward like a sentinel. This poised Silhouette is elegantly balanced by a pair of robust double handles, their curvature reminiscent of embracing arms, bestowing the jug with both a visual and tactile sense of warmth. Just below these embracing handles, a characterful front spout protrudes, whispering tales of bygone days when such jugs were essential vessels in French Provincial homes. The spout, with its own minute arch, adds a layer of functionality and charm. The bottom of the jug, with its gracefully tapering lines, lends a gentle lightness to the piece, ensuring that despite its sturdy character, it remains lithe and graceful. The jug’s patina has the caress of time, with natural weathering that adds to its provenance and authenticity. Envision this French Provincial pottery jug as a centerpiece in a rustic kitchen or dining room. It is more than just an antique – it...
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19th Century French Provincial Antique French Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Accolay Potbellied Vase with 2 Handles, 1950s
By Accolay Pottery
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French midcentury vase by Accolay, France, 1950s. Green and brown to purple vase. The brown color on the photos becomes purple with the dayligh...
Category

1950s Art Deco Vintage French Pottery

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

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