FRENCH MOCHAWARE WHITEWARE ‘DENDRITIC SEAWEED’ EWER, CREIL POTERIE, CREIL-SUR-OISE, CIRCA 1810.

Est. $1,000-$1,500
Sold: $360 ($300)

Impressed “CREIL.” Height 10 ¾ inches. Together with a Lebeuf, Milliet & Co. ‘Decor de Cordages’ porringer, 1850-76, printed “L.M. & CIE MONTEREAU” factory mark; a sugar urn and cover, unmarked; and a Geoffroy et Cie engine-turned porringer, circa 1850, printed “GIEN/ GEOFFROY ET CIE/ MEDAILLE EXPOSITION 1814/ PORCELAINE ANGLAISE” factory mark. (4)

Provenance: The first and second, Dominique L. Tailleux, Paris, August 2005 and April 1996, respectively; the third, “The Collection of Gloria & Charles L. Mandelstam,” Christie’s, New York, January 20-21, 2005, lot 181, Philippe Leroux, Paris, 1994; the fourth, “The Jonathan Rickard Collection of Mocha Pottery,” Skinner, Inc., Boston, March 11, 2001, lot 410.

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