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Bourdaloue in Paris porcelain - Workshop of Halley early 19th century
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Ref : 101229
1 380 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Atelier de Halley
Provenance :
French
Medium :
Porcelain
Dimensions :
L. 9.84 inch X l. 4.33 inch X H. 3.94 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Bourdaloue in Paris porcelain - Workshop of Halley early 19th century 19th century - Bourdaloue in Paris porcelain - Workshop of Halley early 19th century
Ronan Lelandais

French Porcelain 18th and earlly 19th century


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Bourdaloue in Paris porcelain - Workshop of Halley early 19th century

With or without "E", also called oval Chamber pot, convenience pot, bedside vase, even piss-pot. It is a usually uncovered bean-shaped container used to collect excrement. It has a side vertical handle. It rests on a flat unglazed bottom.

Hard porcelain.

Wide white background Band surrounded by wide gold lines, decorated with rectangular or square reserves interspersed with wide gold lines with a beige, pink and gray background, decorated in the antique style with characters, ewers, trophies. The handle is completely golden.

Dimension(s): Length. 25 cm - width. 11 cm - Height. 10cm,
Brand(s): With the gold brush with the "Halley" brush,
Condition: GOOD CONDITION - Small 3 cm high crack repaired on one of the sides (Recovery invisible to the eye),
Period: CONSULATE,
Observation(s): VERY RARE MODEL.

Bourdaloues are rarely covered. Their use is exclusively female. There are also bourdaloues intended for young girls.

According to an attractive legend, this sauce-shaped container owes its name to a famous preacher from the Saint Germain l'Auxerrois church in Paris, who preached at length. His overlong sermons placed troubled ladies before the demands of nature. It was Father Bourdaloue (born in Bourges in 1632 and died in 1704) who invented this form of container. While the production of Bourdaloues only appeared 15 years later (with the exception of a few rare models in Cie de Indes and earthenware dating from the end of the 17th century).

Delevery information :

PAYMENT and TRANSPORT
PAYMENTS ACCEPTED via PAYPAL / LYDIA / CB in VAD (distance selling) or by CHECK.
PACKAGES WILL BE SENT WITHIN 4 DAYS.
GROUP SENDING POSSIBLE IN CASE OF PURCHASE OF SEVERAL OBJECTS.

Ronan Lelandais

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Porcelain & Faience