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This vintage French ceramic pitcher is full of charm !! Stamped from VALLAURIS BONNE MENAGERE France .

I found it in a flea Market , here in south France and he is so beautifull and so typical from " Provencal " ceramic for kitchen .

VALLAURIS is a town in COTE D'AZUR in southern France, internationally renowned for its workshops & its techniques of ceramic .

In 1948 Picasso live in Vallauris, where he stayed until 1955. During his time in the town he developed a fascination for the techniques of ceramics. Picasso contributed to the renaissance of the Vallauris pottery industry in the 1950s.


This one, add a French country style to your home. You can use it as a wine or water pitcher .
There is few littles chips , but nothing wrong ..( please loock at photo number 5 )
Height : 7,87 in ( 20 cm )

Sorry for my poor English !! best is to look carefully at the photos :)))

All my items are in vintage condition !!!!!!


Each Item will be very carefully protected , very carefully packed

Looking for more vintage, antique, old paper , or supplies from France? Please have a look here:

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Each Item will be very carefully protected , very carefully packed and shipped in 1 or 2 business days .This item will be send all over the world .


Payment is accepted via PAYPAL, wich accepts all major credit cards.
Customer satisfaction is very, very important for me and I answer to any questions :)


Thank you so much for visiting my shop , et un petit bonjour de France ;)

RESERVED FOR ELIZABETH Vintage French ceramic pitcher . Jug . ceramic bottle . .Vallauris. Fall

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: ceramic, brown
  • Ships worldwide from France
  • Feedback: 517 reviews
  • Favorited by: 94 people