Home Tableware & Barware | 1940s Saint Clement French Majolica Gallic Rooster Pitcher FO08920
This pitcher was made in the faience factory in Saint Clement, France which opened in 1786 by Jacques Chambrette. Monsieur Chambrette became a favored supplier for Marie Antoinette. This particular pitcher was produced between 1920 & 1950. The Gallic rooster, in French: le coq gaulois, is an unofficial national symbol of France.
This earthenware Barbotine rooster is brightly glazed in green, orange and red.
The bottom is stamped St. Clement France
I have three in inventory, the price is for one.
4ʺW × 6.5ʺD × 11ʺH
Place of Origin
Vintage, Antique or Pre-owned
Good Condition, Original Condition Unaltered, Some Imperfections