A Lovely Pair of French Delft Vases in a fascinating octagon shape that reflects light so well with a tin-glaze covering a blue-white colored glaze that covers a buff-pink earthenware body.. The center picture is of a young man playing a guitar with chateaus in the background.. Areas in the front panel are raised up with rococo designs.. Marked with a M and numbers for the faience factory of Pierre Rousseng of Marans, a town in northern France. He began the factory in 1740 and closed the factory in Le Rochelle, France in 1790.. research Kovel's Book " "Dictionary of Marks- Pottery and Porcelain" page 90 and also M.L. Solon's book, "A History and Description of Old French Faience" page 121.... In very good condition for being approximately 250 years old... some very minor,tiny glaze chips professionally restored on rims.. now very secure and look wonderful.. Measures approximately 9" each..
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