Introducing a rare 18th century French faience three-piece Lavabo mounted on a conforming hanging plaque. Veuve Perrin (Widow Perrin) was a factory that existed in Marseille, France that manufactured Faience wares between 1748 and 1803. The factory became famous for their polychrome enamels of flowers and insects using the petit feu decorating technique.
The lavabo is three pieces- the bowl, the cistern, and a top. They are all in very good condition with a small sliver chip to the front inside rim of the bowl, and a repaired crack to the top of the cistern.
The lavabo is mounted to a later hanging plaque for display on a wall.
Size Of Total Ensemble: 32" Height by 15 ½" Width by 11" Depth.
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