Group of four French Faience pottery items including a French Quimper pitcher (7" H), small French Quimper blue handled bowl (1 1/4" H x 5" W), French Sceaux faience pierced rim plate titled "Venette" for Venette, France on the front and signed "Grosin a Sceaux" on the reverse (8 5/8" dia), and a covered oval tinglaze faience tureen with pear finial (7" H x 11" W x 7 1/8" D). All items 19th century. Provenance: a Mississippi estate. Condition: Pitcher: Scattered losses to glaze. Bowl: Overall very good condition. Plate: Overall cracklure. Glaze voids(in the making). Tureen: Chips to edge of top and base. Some scattered glaze loss.
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