Lot 32
A Group of Eleven Antique Faience Plates, Att: Moustiers or Nevers
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
18th-19th century, all with central design, scalloped edges; the plate with the coat-of-arms bears the initials "MC" associated with a Moustiers artist (extensive crazing).

9 to 9 1/2 in.

Private Collection of European Ceramics and Dutch Delftware, South Carolina

Moustiers faience, French tin-glazed earthenware, was produced by factories in the town of Moustiers from about 1679 into the 19th century.

Crazing; edge wear; soldier plate and dog plate have been broken and repaired;