French 19th Century Redware Wine Pitcher with Orange, Cream and Green Glaze PT51


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"French 19th Century Redware Wine Pitcher with Orange, Cream and Green Glaze PT51"
A French redware wine pitcher from the 19th century, with orange, cream, green glaze and grape motifs. Created in France during the 19th century, the pitcher charms us with its vivid colors perfectly accented with grape and vine motifs. They each showcase a charming rhyme on the belly: "Haut les cœurs, le vin remplace le beurre" for one (Cheer up, wine substitutes butter). Presenting a handle in the back and a front spout, these 19th century French pitchers will bring a pop of color to any kitchen or dining room!
Price : $250
Period: 19th century
Style: French Provincial
Condition : Good condition

Material : Ceramic
Width : 6.5
Height : 6.75
Depth : 4.75

Reference : 654
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