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Blue & White Culinary Faience Rouen Manganese Glazed 19th C







 

    French culinary dish with blue and white hand painted bouquet and manganese glazed on the bottom made by AL in Rouen during the first half of the 19th century. It's stamped on the back AL Rouen. 12 3/4" diameter. Good condition, a tiny hairline but the dish sounds good as presented on the following pictures.

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For our French-speaking friends: Plat en faïence culinaire de Rouen, dit cul-noir, première moitié XIXe siècle. Il est peint à la main d'un naïf bouquet avec pourtour à galon et cuit à grand feu. Faïences appelées "Cul noir" car elles sont recouvertes d'un émail brun foncé obtenu grâce à l'oxyde de manganèse choisi pour sa robustesse. Il est signé Rouen AL sur son fond. Bel état, un cheveux qui n’empêche pas le plat de sonné. Diamètre 32.3cm.

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