Pair of 19th Century French Barbotine Painted Cachepots with Hunt Trophy Motifs
Decorate a ranch or hunting lodge with these colorful majolica jardinières. Created in France by L’Hermine a Orchies, circa 1880, and almost square in shape, each antique porcelain cache pot features exquisitely rendered hunting motifs on all four sides, including deer, goose, wild boar, guns, horns, acorns and tree branches. The colorful planters are in excellent condition commensurate with age and use, and adorn rich colors in a green, light brown and beige palette. A great addition to a lodge, ranch or hunting resort. Featured in the book “Les Barbotines” by Pierre Faveton page 74 (see pictures). Slight inside color shade differences. Measures: 13″ W x 11″ D x 10″ H.
|Dimensions||13" W x 11" D x 10" H|
Late 19th Century