19th Century Cooking Dish w/ brown glaze - Dieulefit 9"

SKU: 18420

A small rectangular 19th-century ceramic cooking dish with rounded corners, stamped "Dieulefit" underneath. It features a dark brown glaze with signs of extensive use. Note chips and wear. A lovely piece to display with a collection of antique French culinary ceramics. The petit scale is rare to come by and perfect for a little gratin for two!

Dieulefit, a picturesque town located in the Drôme department of southeastern France, has a rich tradition of pottery that dates back to the medieval period. Nestled in the Rhône-Alpes region, Dieulefit's favorable geographical location, with abundant natural clay deposits, has made it an ideal center for ceramics production.

The town's pottery gained prominence in the 19th century, known for its functional and decorative pieces characterized by distinctive glazes and traditional techniques. Artisans in Dieulefit specialized in utilitarian wares, such as cooking dishes and storage vessels, which were prized for their durability and aesthetic appeal.

Heavy wear and rustic condition consistent with age and use. 
Length 9" Width 6¾" Height 1½"
Length 23cm Width 17cm Height 4cm

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