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Virgin Mary Cross Holy Water Font Gilt Porcelain 1880


Virgin Mary Cross Holy Water Font Gilt Porcelain 1880






 

    Virgin Mary holy water font in giult porcelain made by Mauger Fils & Pezé in L'Isle Adam near Paris during the 1880's. It's signed on the back and numbered 291 for the mould. 6 3/4" height 3 3/8" width 1 5/8" depth. 3 damages as presented on the following pictures.

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For our French-speaking friends: Bénitier de chevet en pâte de biscuit de porcelaine de Villenaux, Mauger Fils & Pezé à l'Isle Adan, sur le dosseret la Vierge Marie en pieds, fin XIXème siècle. Dans l'état, trois accidents. Signé au dos de la manufacture, n° de moule 291. Hauteur 17 cm, largeur 8,5 cm, profondeur 4 cm.

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