Possibly from Bordeaux, one of the centers of ̩cuelle making, this ̩cuelle 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.
Stamped (underside of ears): town stamp and LP.
Width 7 Height 2 in.