Always a favorite, this antique country hand made and glazed yellow ware shallow bowl has all the patina, craquelure and rich personality you want to see in a country piece of faience. Fantastic light mustard golden beige glaze round shape, it has two applied handles on the side. These were used in many different ways in a French country kitchen. Most often they were used for preserving and serving duck pate.
Lots of craquelure, darkened small chips to the rim, and a tight hairline that does not go all the way through. A beauty. This was glazed inside and out, so it's the perfect dish to serve pate, olives, or a creamy dip for your charcuterie displays. A stellar addition to your collection of 19th century French Country pottery.