Early 18th century porcelain pitcher Compagnie des Indes 9"

SKU: 13470

This superb porcelain of China pitcher was made by the Compagnie des Indes for the French market. Dating from the early eighteenth-century, this is a rare find. Note the poly-chrome decorations with lambrequins underglaze with red, blue, and some gilded highlights and silver mount. Regency period.
Note it has a small crack and repaired.
Refer to photos.


Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 9" high x 4¾" diameter without handles 6¼" diameter with handles
Approx. overall 23cm high x 12cm diameter without handles 16cm diameter with handles


See similar porcelain pitchers with description in Poteries d’Eaux, page 201.

Amouric, Henri, et al. Poteries d’eaux: Les Eaux de La Terre, Du Corps et Du Ciel: Exposition, Aubagne, Chapelle Des Pénitents Noirs, 16 Juin-16 Septembre 2007. Lucie Éd., 2008.

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