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by Huguenot Bernard Palissy (1510 – 1589) - the great Renaissance French Majolica

by Huguenot Bernard Palissy – - the great Renaissance French Majolica

Basin (Réchaud) Date: mid-16th century Culture: French, Saint-Porchaire or Paris. Lead-glazed earthenware (white pottery)

The shape suggests a chafing dish (réchaud in French). Food was kept warm in a separate receptacle placed atop the basin, which would have been filled with water heated by a brazier stored in the pedestal

BERNARD PALISSY ET LA CERAMIQUE DE SAINT-PORCHAIRE.

BERNARD PALISSY ET LA CERAMIQUE DE SAINT-PORCHAIRE.

A French Palissy ware oval platter, Renoleau, Goras & Cie  circa 1897 -  Naturalistically modeled as a rocky pool centered by a fish and an eel, the molded foliate border applied with a lobster, two frogs, two fishes and shells, incised two towers above A and FG & Cie, painted F. Goras a M J. David(?) 24 Juin 1897. length 22 1/2in (57cm)

A French Palissy ware oval platter Renoleau, Goras & Cie circa 1897

Oval Dish, late 1500s circle of Bernard Palissy (French, 1510-1589) lead-glazed earthenware, Overall: 32.00 x 24.00 cm

Oval Dish, late circle of Bernard Palissy (French, lead-glazed earthenware, Overall: x cm

bernard palissy dish from 16th c France -- magnificent

lostpastremembered: Beauty, Brains and Style –– Diane de Poitiers and Renaissance Potage-Green Sauce

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