This service called "the Parisian" evokes the discovery of nature. The decorations of the table plates are around poultry, fish, meat and vegetables. The dessert plates are reminiscent of fruit picking. The shaped pieces are diverse and exceptional
Illustrated by the artist Froment-Richard, the service was produced by the manufactures of Creil & Montereau at the end of the 19th century.
The exceptional fish dish in earthenware from "Le Parisien" set, representing "La pêche aux bébés" ("Fishing for Babys") Slightly chantourné shape, representing a couple fishing for babies in a lake at sunrise, the baby caught waiting for a square aquarium. Signed bottom left, "fr.richard" and Creil stamp on the back.
Dessert set for 12 people "Le Parisien" by Creil & montereau. 12 patterns with children playing with fruits. Stamped in the back with Creil & Montereau marks and Le Parisien identification.
Table set for 12 people "Le Parisien" by Creil & montereau. 12 patterns with children playing with vegetables, eggs, frogs, nuts, snails etc. Stamped in the back with Creil & Montereau marks and Le Parisien identification.