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A DARK PATINATED EARTHENWARE FIGURE OF A WOMAN, 'CREDULITE'
Manufactured by Emile Müller, Ivry, circa 1900
Inscribed 'Crédulité E. Muller, Ivry, n. 183 N9B, Reproduction interdite'
Founded by Emile Müller in 1854, the 'Great Tilery of Ivry' perfected in 1884 an enamelled clay for architectural decoration and reproduction of artistic works. Numerous artists such as Eugène Grasset, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Fix-Masseau or Falguière found in Emile Müller a perfectly adapted and of high-quality ceramic support to achieve works that contributed widely to his fame