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Pomade pot with cover
Wine bottle cooler (one of a pair)
Mustard pot with cover and stand
Jar with cover
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The widespread use of beauty products in eighteenth-century France inspired the creation of porcelain toilet jars, or pots à fard, in different sizes, sometimes provided with silver mounts.
Marking:  Hunting horn (Chantilly factory mark, in red, on bottom)
 Possibly dog's head on silver rim (Paris discharge mark for small silver, 1732-38)
Catherine Hannon Auchincloss (until 1993; to MMA)
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