Eight Creil Octagonal Earthenware Dishes Made in France circa 1820



This set of Creil octagonal earthenware dishes was made in France in the early 19th century. The plates have a traditional knife edge border above the cavetto and an elegant beaded neoclassical border. They have a modern geometric look.

The simplicity and purity of the design is what makes these dishes rare and desirable. They are elegant.


9.25″ across




$2,600 for the set of eight


Creil pearl-glazed creamware was inspired by the creamware perfected by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1770s. The factory brought over English potters who managed the artistic and technical direction of the factory.

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