Pair of Islettes earthenware plates with hand painted polychrome floral decoration, 18th century, including:
1 / Serving dish, probably by François Bernard
Note that this dish was restored in the 19th century with iron clips, work typically from the 19th century
2 / Islettes earthenware plate with polychrome decoration, galloping horse lying on a terrace with fence and rapeseed field
Early 19th century.
This dish is signed, stylised letters F M B for François and Marie Bernard
Very good condition
The name of the Islettes was given to the famous earthenware made in the 18th century by the Bernard house.
These terracotta plates are the subject of a coveted collection.
The origin of the Biesme valley, where the village of Islettes is located, was for a long time a industrial production centre until the beginning of the 20th century.
- N.º de artículos
- François Bernard
- manufacture faïencerie des Islettes
- Model / Naam
- florale et animalier
- Periodo estimado
- XVIII - siglo XIX
- País de origen
- Estado aceptable - muy usado y posiblemente faltan partes menores
- 5×31×31 cm
- 1325 g