Antique and Vintage 1950s Sarreguemines Fish Ceramic Tureen


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Towards the end of the 19th century, a group of French avant-garde ceramicists determined that pottery should be regarded as an art form. The Sarreguemines pottery was established in 1784 by Nicholas-Henri, Paul-Augustin Jacobi and Joseph Fabry. It wasn’t until the 1860s that majolica was added to its production, leading to the mid-century release of the delightful Fish service. Each mood-boosting design is crafted and glazed by hand with wonderfully lifelike details. Please note, this item is a truly original vintage piece with slight imperfections and distinctive characteristics that add to its charm and celebrate its unique history.

Condition Report

  1. Revive
  2. Fair
  3. Good
  4. Great
  5. Excellent

Product number: 2205273010

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