Ecole Militaire French Creil Plate

19th-century Leadglazed Earthenware


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Shop this Ecole Militaire French Creil plate for sale. This transfer decorated plate is crafted in the French provincial style. The plate with a black against white transfer printed landscape decoration of the Ecole Militaire, a vast military complex of buildings in the 7th arrondissement in Paris, France, located Southeast of the Champ de Mars.

The plate is crafted in lead-glazed earthenware on a white body from Creil, Oise, and Montereau, known as Criel ware or Creil-Montereau faience. This style of ceramics emulating the creamware pottery of 18th century Wedgwood. The plate is further accentuated with a thick yellow painted rim with black lined highlights on the front and an impressed mark on the plate’s reverse.
Size Information
The plate measures 8.5 inches in diameter.
Condition Report
The plate with surface abrasions, kiln imperfections, potting and glaze imperfections, and wear. The potting geometry is imperfect.

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