Fountain in Glazed Earth Signed by the Potter Léon Valeçon - Cliousclat XIXth Folk Art of the Drôme

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Fountain in glazed earthware, from Cliousclat (Drôme, in south of France). Signed by the potter, under the tap: "Léon Valeçon"
Fountain in glazed earthware, from Cliousclat (Drôme, in south of France). Signed by the potter, under the tap: "Léon Valeçon"

Description

Glazed earthen fountain, from Cliousclat (Drôme)?
Signed by the potter, under the tap: "Léon Valeçon".
Popular Art from the South of France, XIXth.
Lenticular form on pedestal, lead glaze with manganese (brown) and copper oxides (green).
Applied decoration, crown of oak leaves with acorns around a central medallion decorated with a vine branch with grapes surmounted by a half-humped face of fauna, all surrounded by small spherical cabochons at the circular edge.
Original pewter tap.
Ocher pink-orange earth with traces of yellow.
Beautiful piece, good condition, no fel, missing cover.
Dimensions: 41.5 cm high x 29 cm wide x 14 cm deep (base diameter)
Weight: 4 kg

Condition Good condition, missing cover
Dimensions
Width 29 cm
Height41 cm
Depth 14 cm
Weight 4000 g
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