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The scene is bordered with orange and blue flowers with a final edging in blue.
The outside has the same orange and blue floral border and the handles are shaped in a blue rope-twist.
Prior to 1870, Quimper faience had no marks, signatures or back stamps of any kind.
A Breton (or Bretonne if a woman) is a resident of Brittany.
The symbol we use today symbolizes the "Quimper Brush Stroke" and was created from various calligraphy styles developed by our painters.
For the first time in history, two Faienceries: HB and Henriot join together into a single, immediately recognized logo.
Each piece of Henriot Quimper pottery is signed on the back by the artist prior to the firing.
This signature guarantees that the faience has been hand made in the workshops of the Quimper manufacturer.