Minton Majolica Sweetmeat Dishes by French sculptor Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887)

Albert Carrier-Belleuse (Great Britain, 19th Century)

Minton Majolica Sweetmeat Dishes by French sculptor Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887)

Minton Majolica Sweetmeat Dish after an original model by well known fine arts sculptor Albert Carrier-Belleuse, putti draped with vines and the other with wheat carrying a shallow barrel.

The piece bears maker's marks for the Minton pottery, shape number #296 with the year cypher for 1864, measurements 11 ¼ x 5 ¼ x 10 ¾ inches height

WIDTH: 11¼ in | HEIGHT: 10¾ in | DEPTH: in

Origin Great Britain
Category Majolica
Period 19th Century
Style Victorian

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"The French ceramist Léon Arnoux became art director at Minton in 1849 and remained there until 1892. Arnoux attracted other French artists to Minton, notably the sculptor Carrier de Belleuse, the modeller and decorator Marc-Louis Solon, and the painter Antoine Boullemier."