Small French Moutarde de Maille Paris c. 1880


Measures approximately  2 1/2” wide at base, 1 3/4″ wide at mouth x 4 1/2″ tall.

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This listing is for (1) Small French Mustard de Maille Vinaigrier-Distillateur Fournisseur des premieres Cours De L’Europe Paris. c. 1880.  Moutarde Maille dates back to 1747 in Dijon, France when Antoine Maille, master mustard & vinegar maker, created the artisanal brand.  Maille was appointed by Louis XV as the royal supplier and was later similarly appointed by other European royalty.

A beautiful white pot with dark black transfer. This pot has a flat surface chip with a crack and staining on the top rim, with several stained fleabites on the lower part of the pot. The name of the pottery maker is on the bottom.  Another wonderful addition to your advertising collection, as it has great height and black and white is always coveted in advertising pieces.

Please consider the images as the best part of my description.

Most pots have some level of crazing, may have spots of discoloration, light hairline cracks and minor chips and fleabites that should be considered patina, additions to character and do not detract from its display value.  These are expected due to age, use and let’s not forget they were often buried for decades before being dug up and rescued.

I offer substantial savings in shipping costs when multiple items are combined into one package. I will credit any overpayment of postage charged to you after finding the best shipping option.

Weight 1.2 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 5 in

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