Height 41cm, width 20 cm.
Fountain decorated with animals and leaf motifs, during the Belgian Revolution in 1830 and in the period of rebellions thereafter (1830-1839) the BOCH family already possessed a long tradition in the field of faience and a lot of strategic experience in responding to political and Economic developments. They built this know-how from 1748, the year in which François BOCH decides to give up the profession of cast-iron mould-maker to produce ceramics in Audun-le-Tiche (Lorraine), assisted by his son-in-law Pierre Valette and with the help of his three sons. They decide to produce simple pieces, cheap and to everyone's taste, made with clay that came from Luxembourg. François Boch dies in 1854 and the Faience factory is taken over by his three young sons, Jean-François and Dominique, 19-year old twins, and Pierre-Joseph, the youngest of 17 years.
- Ein Kammerbrunnen - boch
- Guter Zustand - gebraucht, mit geringfügigen Altersspuren & Mängeln
- 41×14×20 cm
- 2.5 kg