A set of reprints based on a collection of original 19th century sketches depicting antique Quimper pottery designs.
Quimper (pronounced "kem-pair"), is a small town in Brittany renowned since the 1600s for its hand-painted pottery reflecting Breton culture. Colourful scenes of everyday rural life, Breton figures in traditional clothing and intricate patterns were typically painted on items of tableware - such the napkin ring, knife rest and salt cellars seen here.
Hand-framed in textured red mouldings, this collection would be perfect for anyone with an appreciation for antique pottery, French food, decorative painting or folk art.
All our reproduction collections are limited in number and originate from antiques specially sourced by Petri Prints.
To purchase a pair for £200, please add two prints of your choice to the shopping basket and add the code QUIMPER2 at the checkout.
- External frame size: 34 x 26.5 cm.
- Hand-framed by specialist British framers.
- Ready to hang.
Conservation, acid-free mounting board - to provide protection to your artwork.
- Printed on a specialist 290 gsm fine art paper, Hahnemühle Hemp - Hemp was an essential part of paper production for centuries, and due to its extremely robust fibres, it has often been used for long-lasting historical documents.
- Glazed with premium anti-reflective Artglass that's used by the finest galleries and museums around the world.