Pewter pitcher with mid-section, widened base, “boot” goblet and sunken lid with acorn thumb rest.
Orleans, France, 18th Century
Height: 20,1 cm (8 in.).
Superb condition of conservation
This type of "en botte de postillon" (coachman’s boot) goblet is typical of productions form this region. They were produced mainly in Orléans, Montargis, Chateaudun, Pithiviers
Please note that under the Old Regime these pitchers served as wine measurers.
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- Expertissim Reference: 2013060451