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Serving dish

  • Place of origin:

    Creil (made)
    Paris (printed)

  • Date:

    1808-1818 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Creil pottery factory (manufacturer)
    Stone, Coquerel and Le Gros (printer)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Creamware (faïence fine) transfer-printed in black

  • Credit Line:

    Presented by Lt. Col. K. Dingwall, DSO with Art Fund support

  • Museum number:


  • Gallery location:

    Ceramics, Room 137, The Curtain Foundation Gallery, case 51, shelf 4

Physical description

Large oval serving dish, the centre printed in black with two female figures in classical dress and Cupid in a landscape, the border printed in black with repeating pattern of medallion heads and scroll and foliate ornament

Place of Origin

Creil (made)
Paris (printed)


1808-1818 (made)


Creil pottery factory (manufacturer)
Stone, Coquerel and Le Gros (printer)

Materials and Techniques

Creamware (faïence fine) transfer-printed in black

Marks and inscriptions


printed circular mark in black: 'SCL' in monogram with 'PAR BREVET D'INVENTION-PARIS-Manufre d'Impression sur Faience, Porcelaine etc'

'2' printed in black

Descriptive line

Creamware serving dish made at Creil pottery factory 1808-1818 and transfer-printed by Stone, Coquerel and Le Gros.





Subjects depicted

Foliation (pattern); Cupid; Scrolls (motifs)


Ceramics; Creamware & Pearlware; Food vessels & Tableware; Earthenware


Ceramics Collection

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