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Delft asparagus covered terrine - 18th century
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Period :
18th century
Dimensions :
L. 8.43 inch X l. 6.61 inch X H. 3.54 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Delft asparagus covered terrine - 18th century 18th century - Delft asparagus covered terrine - 18th century Louis XV - Delft asparagus covered terrine - 18th century Antiquités - Delft asparagus covered terrine - 18th century
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Delft asparagus covered terrine - 18th century

Covered tureen in trompe l'oeil and its display in earthenware DELFT, representing a bunch of asparagus in the natural, tied by a ribbon. Decorated in green and manganese polychrome with great fire, the rectangular display case with contoured edge is decorated in manganese cameo of flowers, combed and a wide net in edge.
Period : XVIIIth century.
Good general condition, some chips on the asparagus and on the edge of the tray, no other restoration.
HISTORY
In Germany around 1750, the fashion transforms the earthenware containers into trompe l'oeil.
On the table are terrines, butter dishes, vases imitating animals, vegetables and fruits
and fruits, transforming them into real works of art. This fashion spreads in Europe
(Belgium and Italy) to arrive in 1780 in France. The factories of Sceaux, Bordeaux, Rouen, Marseille and Samadet succumbed in turn. This fashion will fascinate Europe for about thirty years (1750 - 1785).

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