Antique French ironstone mustard pot Grey Dijon
A charming (and early) Dijon Grey moutarde pot with a tapering neck, rolled lip and decorated with a scarcely offered black transfer. Produced towards the end of the 19thC, the beautiful pictorial transfer shows the familiar scrolling banner, along with a caped shield and crossed lances.
A rare, early version of the Dijon Grey mustard pots, the underside is marked with a Leboeuf, Milliet & Cie makers stamp.
Condition: In very good condition with only a little scrape on the shoulder.
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