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Folk Art Spoon Holder.

Of Circular Form with Twin Pockets.
With Rare Stylised "Cigales" Decoration.
Slip Glazed Earthenware.
French, Provencale, circa 1900.

This piece comes from an English Private Collection and is illustrated and described in Robert Young, "Folk Art", (Pub. Mitchell Beazley 1999), Page 129.

Examples of a similar form are shown and discussed in Andre Desvallees and Georges Riviere's publication "Arts Populaires des Pays de France" (Page 72) and in P M Favelac "Potteries Rustiques", Pages 58 and 59.

Dimensions

32.35cms high x 32.5cms wide x 7.5cms deep

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Stock number

9977
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