Vase with rooster

Manufactory Haviland & Co. American and French
Decorator Edouard-Alexandre Dammouse French
Under the technical direction of Ernest Chaplet French

Not on view

This vase is a monumental example of the brown stoneware Chaplet produced for Haviland in the 1880s. Inspired by rustic European folk pottery, these pieces often incorporated traditional themes of country life. The rooster on this vase is a Gallic cockerel, a national emblem of France.

Vase with rooster, Haviland & Co. (American and French, 1864–1931), Stoneware, French, Paris

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