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Unusual Pattern Pitcher from Jean Pouyat, Limoges

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Amelia46's likes13 of 16This is a 1947 Royal Staffordshire Collection..Chinese Vase - need help identifying it please
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    Posted 10 years ago

    JulBel
    (9 items)

    This is very unusual item from JPL. Stamp on the bottom is usual for 1900. I never see something like this one from Limoges. Pitcher has been signed by Pouyat. Maybe somebody can help to find any info about this design. Thank you.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 10 years ago
      Is this one of the pieces that were bought by a china painter and decorated?
      China painting is also referred to as "onglaze painting", as there are many other glazed surfaces that can be painted on, including stoneware, pottery, tiles, and glass itself.
      They seemed to like Limoges and other German potteries that produced plain white porcelain.
      The signature is a bit hard to read. Is it Corinne Lapierre?
      I like the simplicity and the continuity of the design.
    2. JulBel JulBel, 10 years ago
      Hi Vetraio 50.
      thank you for your comment. I still looking for someone who can recognize this pattern from Limoges.

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