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This is a pretty unique item made by the majolica firm Orchies in France. This is a figural jug or pitcher that depicts a Russian bear holding a Japanese soldier that holds a plaque that represents Korea. This piece was made to represent the Russo-Japanese war when Japan attacked Russia over rights to Korea. The war took place in 1904 and 1905. The plaque that is being held says Coree which means Korea in French. The pitcher is 9 inches tall. Orchies started producing majolica in the 19th century and by the early 1900’s had produced over 20 humorous figural jugs including many animals. This jug was likely produced during 1904 or 1905, or shortly thereafter.
The piece is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. There are a couple of glaze skips on the interior. The glaze is very vibrant.
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