Rare Georges Dreyfus Majolica Cockerel, circa1890

Georges Dreyfus (France, 19th Century)

Rare Georges Dreyfus Majolica Cockerel, circa1890


This extremely rare piece signed Georges Dreyfus has never previously appeared on the market, measurements 6 ½ x 6 ½ inches high.

See Theodore Deck (1823-1891) Rooster figural vase for Sevres (circa 1880) a unique example of the work of the premiere French ceramist throughout the third quarter of the 19th century

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Origin France
Category Antiquities
Period 19th Century
Style Victorian

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"The Georges Dreyfus Faïencerie opened in 1890 in Moret-sur-Loing, part of the arrondissement of Fontainebleau. Georges Dreyfus demonstrated great creativity and originality in his work which included, among other things, a series of pitchers representing ducks, roosters, cats, bull dogs, etc. Many of his pieces were originally intended as advertising for various products such as liqueurs, tobacco, sardines, etc."