1-2 business days
Majolica St Clement 1920's LOURDES Water Pitcher or Jug
St Clement is one of the oldest ceramics factories in France. Based in Luneville in the eastern part of France this factory started in the mid 1700's and produced high end wares for the nobilty including Marie Antoinette. Having gone through many owners this factory has produced some of the most prestigious and lovely pieces and indeed between 1864 and 1876 Emile Galle and his father worked at this factory.
This wonderful Lourdes pitcher dates from the 1920's, from the mark on the underside and is a beautiful homage to the fabulous work of a prestigious long lived enterprise.
These pitchers or jugs were used mainly for decoration but also for holding water and are sometimes known as 'Absinthe' pitchers as the very potent aniseed aperitif has ice, sugar and water in it.
This would look lovely as a centre piece on any summer's table holding water or lemonade.
There are no cracks, there is some crazing in the glaze. It sits beautifully especially in the sunshine.
It weighs 0.644 kilos about 1lb 6.7 ozs and stands 18 cm high about 7 inches.
This pitcher or jug will be securely wrapped and sent insured and tracked parcel post.
1-2 business days
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
We do bulk orders and bulk shipping on a wholesale basis worldwide.
Should you wish more than one item e mail us for a bespoke shipping quote.
Should you need further clarification of any sizes or weights let us know, we can remeasure anything, we want you to be sure about your purchase.
Should you need any help in any care area give us a convo we will do our best to help.
Should you want any item for a special occasion let us know and we will gift wrap and enclose an appropriate card at no extra cost.
Our lighting all works unless otherwise stated. All electrical items need to be checked by a local electrician to ensure compatibility with local electrical standards.
The bulb fittings are compatable with 240V electrical supply which covers most of the world.
If you live in a country that has 110V electrical supply all you need to do to convert the lights is ask an electrician to replace the bulb holders when he is fitting the lights. All the wiring is suitable for world wide use. It's that simple!