Beautiful circular soup plate with contoured edge in earthenware from Marseille circa 1770 - 1775.
Small polychrome fire decoration known as ''fish and fruit trophies'' or ''bouillabaisse''.
This decor shows two fish on marine flora slightly off center flanked by crustaceans, shellfish and sea urchins and fruit on leafy branches (pear, grapes, etc.) growing on the wing and part of the basin
Green border with black piping.
Similar plates are referenced on page 285 of the book ''lala faïence de Marseille au XVIIIe siècle published by AGEP (Musée de Marseille)
A tiny hair on the reverse
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