Henriot Quimper - Breton Woman - Square Serving Dish - Antique Faience


  • $32.00

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Beautiful Henriot Quimper  square serving bowl made between 1950 and 1968 and distributed through Bullock's Luxury Department Stores. They are made from ceramic and are hand painted and hand made. The beautiful artwork on the front showcases the "Breton Woman" popular throughout the Quimper series. These plates are very unique and would make a great addition to any Quimper plate collection!

The tin-glazed handpainted French pottery was named after the town of Quimper, where potter Jean Baptiste Bousquet built his kilns in 1685 and was given a royal manufacturing license by King Louis XIV.  The small town in Brittany, France has produced this pottery for over 300 years. Following tradition, each piece is still handpainted by only one artist. 
  • Handmade and Hand Painted
  • Diameter: 5" x 5" 
  • Depth: 2.5" 
  • Featuring "Brenton Woman" 
  • 1950-1968 Vintage
  • Made in Brittany France
  • Sold in Bullock's Luxury Department Stores (1908-1983)
  • Maker's Mark on Back
We have multiple sets and pieces of Quimper available, so please take a look and message us with any questions! We are happy to provide additional photographs when requested, and will consider selling pieces as a discounted set. Thanks for looking!

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