Strasbourg Faience

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Strasbourg Faience was produced by the company Strasbourg-Haguenau at Strasbourg in France in the 18th century.

Charles-François Hannong, born in Maastricht c. 1669, opened a factory in 1724 at Haguenau. His eldest son, Paul Hannong, took over the factory in 1732 where the finest wares were produced between 1745-8.

Paul's son, Joseph Hannong, took control in 1762 and the factory ceased c. 1780.

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Pair of Trompe L'Oeil Faïence Terrines in the Form of Cabbage Heads
Strasbourg faience Period of Paul Hannong About 1750 Modelled by Johann Wilhelm Lanz 1. Ø 13,27 inch / Height 8,27 inch 2. Ø 14,50 inch / ...
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Elfriede Langeloh
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Strasbourg faience basket with floral decoration
The painter of the Iris was Joseph Hannong. His mark is the underglaze blue "873" over "74" in underglaze brown.
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Anthony James & Son Ltd