Pomade pot with cover

French, Chantilly

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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.

Pomade pot with cover, Tin-glazed soft-paste porcelain, silver, French, Chantilly

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