Mustard pot and stand (moutardier ordinaire)

Manufactory Vincennes Manufactory French

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The yellow ground color may have been developed as early as 1749 at Vincennes. Its use was probably inspired by similarly-decorated Meissen pieces of the 1730s and 40s, or by Chinese porcelains of the late 17th/early 18th century.

Mustard pot and stand (moutardier ordinaire), Vincennes Manufactory (French, ca. 1740–1756), Soft-paste porcelain, French, Vincennes

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