19th-century small terracotta bunny - Mesnil de Bavent, Normandy 6"

SKU: 16847

US$708
Dating from the nineteenth century, this adorable terracotta bunny with white glaze and blue glass eyes was made by the celebrated potters of the Mesnil de Bavent, Normandy. The pottery of Mesnil de Bavent in Normandy has been awarded and recognized by France as an "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant", a title that highlights its long-standing heritage and devotion to its craft. This bunny would be a delightful decoration to an Easter table or as a special gift for a child's bedroom. 

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Note photos for time-worn nature to the glaze around the eye area and chip to the glaze on the left ear exposing the light-colored clay beneath.

Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 6" high x 7½" wide x 3½" deep
Approx. overall 15cm high x 19cm wide x 9cm deep

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