A charming soup bowl from the early twentieth century. It has brown and ocher glaze with with splashes of green and yellow 'jaspe' glaze over top. The little ear handles are perfect for holding hot soup, perhaps such as a bouillon broth commonly made at the time. This would be a lovely piece to add to a collection of antique French pottery.
Approx. overall 2¾" high x 8¼" wide w/ handle x 5½" diameter
Approx. overall 7cm high x 21cm wide w/ handle x 14cm diameter