Niderviller Faience, Custine period, rare earthenware soup plate painted trompe l'oeil in imitation of an engraving in the center treated in grisaille representing a landscape bearing the inscription "Niderviller 1774", against a background of fake wood. brown surrounded by gold on the border.
Former Gilbert Levy Collection and Sale Label February 1935.
To respond to the fashion of trompe l'oeil, a craftsman of Niderviller, Joseph Deutsch, created around 1773, the decoration of engravings pinned or fixed by a wax seal, on a background of veined wood, natural or colored pink.
18th century. circa 1774.
Good condition, two small égrenures border