Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle
Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle

Early French Louis XV Period Pewter Ecuelle

Ref: M2574

Stamped (underside of ears): town stamp and LP. Possibly from Bordeaux, one of the centers of écuelle making, this écuelle has a traditional form of a shallow circular bowl flanked by a pair of flat handles or ears. The handles of this example are decorated with palmettes, flaming hearts and a strapwork border. In other countries it is called a porringer or a brandy bowl.

18th century
W 7 H 2 in.
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