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A LARGE FRENCH FAIENCE (EUGENE COLLINOT) COBALT-BLUE GROUND JARDINIERE
A LARGE FRENCH FAIENCE (EUGENE COLLINOT) COBALT-BLUE GROUND JARDINIERE

LATE 19TH CENTURY, BLACK PAINTED EC.86 FOR EUGENE COLLINOT, IMPRESSED COAT OF ARMS AND G MARKS

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A LARGE FRENCH FAIENCE (EUGENE COLLINOT) COBALT-BLUE GROUND JARDINIERE LATE 19TH CENTURY, BLACK PAINTED EC.86 FOR EUGENE COLLINOT, IMPRESSED COAT OF ARMS AND G MARKS Brightly enameled with birds, insects and butterflies among flowering branches, flanked by long-eared lion-mask handles 27 in. wide (68.5 cm.) wide, overall

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Eugène Victor Collinot (d. 1882) established a faience pottery in Boulogne-sur-Seine in 1862, manufacturing pieces often in historic revival or Middle and Far Eastern styles.

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