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Tureen made in Strasbourg

Tureen made in faience of Strasbourg, Joseph Hannong
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Paul Hannong

Faience plate with Indian flowers made in Strasbourg in the 18th century
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Joseph Hannong

Faience plate made under Joseph Hannong in Strasbourg
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Paul Hannong

Faience dish made in Strasbourg under Paul Hannong
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Plate with rabbit

A plate in faience from east of France, with a rabbit
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Saint-Amand plates

Four faience plates, Saint-Amand circa 1770-1780
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Oval plate in faience

Oval plate in faience made in east of France, les Islettes.
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Terra cotta mould of a crayfish

Terra cotta mould of a crayfish made in Soufflenheim, Alsace. Height : 8,7 cm Width : 30,2 cm Condition :
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Léon Elchinger

Large ceramic planter made circa 1905 - 1918 in Soufflenheim (Alsace) by Léon Elchinger (1871-1942).
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Barrel vinegar maker

Barrel shaped vinegar maker on four feet, made in stoneware probably in the Westerwald.
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Paul Hannong earthenware terrine and display dish

A faience « en baroc » terrine (tureen) and display dish, made in Strasbourg by Paul Hannong.
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Paul or Balthasar Hannong faience pyramid

A pyramid in faience of Paul or Balthasar Hannong, realized in Strasbourg, around 1735 - 1754.
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Paul Hannong faience display dish

A Strasbourg faience display stand for terrine, Paul Hannong.
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Luneville bought pot, 18th century

An enameled « terre de pipe » bough pot with gold highlights made in Lunéville or surrounding area, traditionally attributed to Saint-Clément in Lorraine.
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Paul or Balthasar Hannong faience plate

A Strasbourg faience plate, made by Paul or Balthasar Hannong.
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Strasbourg faience tray

A Strasbourg faience lobed tray, Paul or Balthazar Hannong. Decor of mixed technic with polychrome black roots Indian flowers and fantastic insects.
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Lunéville glazed terre de Lorraine plate

A glazed terre de Lorraine plate, made in Lunéville in Manufacture Chambrette between 1765-1770.
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Paul Hannong faience plate

A Strasbourg faience plate, Paul Hannong, « petit feu » polychrome decor with rose in fine quality.