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Tureen

Deep earthenware soup bowl with two swirly designed handles and cover topped with a flower shaped element. The bowl is decorated in black with griffin and palmette pattern on rim and with a scene in an oval depicting a running male figure in a winged helmet handing a baby over to the lady sitting on the ground.
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  • Deep earthenware soup bowl with two swirly designed handles and cover topped with a flower shaped element. The bowl is decorated in black with griffin and palmette pattern on rim and with a scene in an oval depicting a running male figure in a winged helmet handing a baby over to the lady sitting on the ground.

Date:

1810/20

Artist:

Creil Pottery
French, 1801-1840

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Applied Arts of Europe

Artist

Creil Pottery (Manufacturer)

Title

Tureen

Place

Creil (Object made in)

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1810–1820

Medium

Earthenware with transfer-printed decoration (creamware)

Dimensions

22.9 × 34.3 cm (9 × 13 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Herbert L. Stern

Reference Number

1959.398a-b

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