A set of eight Faience plates and two compotes by Emile Galle of Nancy, France. His name is normally linked to cameo glass and his pottery is not as well known. This adds to the importance of this set since he did not create large amounts of pottery plus this is a set of ten pieces in the same pattern.
The plates and compotes are decorated in blue with reticulated edges and heraldic crest in the center. The set is comprised of eight serving or dessert plates and two compotes. A banner on the bottom of the shield bears the Latin phrase Non Inultus Premor
("I cannot be touched with impunity").
In 1874 he oversaw the Saint-Clement pottery and then later moved the pottery to Nancy.
French pottery C 1900, several plates and 1 compote are marked.
Measurements; 8 ½” in diameter, compotes are 1 1/2" high
Condition Report; The are small hairline cracks and chips on edges of several plates. The edges can be touched up and sealed in order to use them. I am will leave this to the buyer to decide.
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French Faience Pottery Set by Galle Eight Plates & Two Compotes c1900