Late 19th century Choisy-le Roi majolica asparagus pitcher - Hippolyte Boulanger 7½"

SKU: 15526

The Choisy-le-Roi faience factory was founded in 1804 and produced majolica pieces from 1860-1910 when Hippolyte Boulanger was the manager. The pitcher is stamped underneath with HB (for Hippolyte Boulanger) Coisy-le-Roi. 

As seen here, "Choisy-le-Roi majolica characteristically has careful glazing, naturalistic colors, classic lines and designs, and a lack of the flamboyance that is seen in majolica by other French potters in the last two decades of the nineteenth century."

Karmason, Marilyn G., and Joan B. Stacke. Majolica: A Complete History and Illustrated Survey. Harry N. Abrams, 2002.

Approx. overall 7½" high x 6¼" wide spout to handle x
Approx. overall 19cm high x 16cm wide spout to handle x

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