Offered is an important pair of antique French Faïence pottery vases, made by Veuve Perrin sometime in the late 18th Century. They feature fishing scenes with people, flowers and dragonflies.
They were once fitted as a pair of lamps, as the bases are drilled (see photos). It's doubtful anyone would use water with these, but they could be properly repaired if desired. It's also possible to refit them as lamps, and we can supply the hardware that was with them, just let us know. The price reflects the flaws on the bottoms, as well as any other flaws noted.
They are in overall excellent condition, both having holes drilled in the bottom. One has a flake off of the bottom and what looks like a little ding on one top corner. The other has a few factory glaze misses, but is otherwise okay. Neither have any cracks. The decoration on the fronts appears a little different, as far as the level of accents, so please check the photos for that.
They measure about:
Bother are hand-painted and marked France on bottom in black, one has the VP of Veuve Perrin, and one has a red paper label with 3134.
Antique French Faience Pottery Vases - Veuve Perrin, 18th Century