St Clément Pottery (France) Pitcher/Jug, with Honeycomb and Bee Relief | French Majolica
St Clément Pottery was established by Jacques Chambrette in St. Clément in 1758 producing traditional French faience.
The factory was a branch of Chambrette’s Luneville pottery, but was managed by his son-in-law Charles Loyal, Paul Louis Cyfflé, and architect Richard Mique. By the beginning of the nineteenth century, both concerns had been acquired by Keller and Guérin.
St. Clément began producing majolica during the 1860s and continued for some forty years.
You can read more about the history of St Clément Pottery, here:
A wonderful example of French majolica, in the form a pitcher/jug with a honeycomb and bee relief. The pattern is replicated and identical on both sides.
In great to excellent vintage condition for its age - based on the backstamp we can confirm that this stunning piece was produced in the 1930s.
Measuring approx 17cm tall x 7.5cm wide x 19cm wide (incl. handle and spout).
No flaws to mention.