Listen to French music online, including modern bands and singers who include idioms and sayings in their songs.In the Collector's Guide by Caroline & Nick Pope you will find a list of the known painters with number-signature and their working period at Royal Copenhagen.
Some of the most popular sayings in French have made their way into the English language.While these phrases may not always be pronounced in the proper French manner, the spelling has most often stayed intact, and the meaning is the main reason for the phrases importation into English. While these sayings have not made their way into everyday English yet, their frequency in French is high.These are expressions that have grown into popular use, but cannot be translated literally without losing their meaning.It is heavily potted in a yellow-grey clay and decorated with a green-grey slip over shades of orange and brown. Ref: P191 ~ Price 30GBPA beautifully potted Saunders Isle of Wight vase, with a stepped shoulder above a baluster shape, and a glaze of turquoise blue with darker blue splashes running down over the grey base.It is inscribed 'Upchurch' in a loose script on the base. This is a later Saunders vase, with a glazed base, dating towards the end of their '30's production. A tall, beautifully thrown vase by E T Radford dating from the last years of his career with Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian Pottery.Date of manufacture is estimated at around the mid '20's. Size: Height 24.5 cm., width across handles 15.5 cm., Weight 1563 gm Ref: Y046 ~ 95GBPSold. 517688', and would have contained Dorset Lavender Water. It is marked on the base with the Saunders stamp and in black: M/157/4. The vase has strongly defined throwing rings, and is in a pale blue turquoise colour which is pink tinged at the top rim, shading into a definite blue at the base.A typical form from the Upchurch Pottery, a vase of ovoid shape, in a dull violet-grey slip, with green overtones. Ref: X004A vase with small flat handles rising from the top rim, modelled on the Roman forms found in the Upchurch marshes in North Kent and long recorded by local antiquarians. Size: Height 18.5cm., widest width over handles 15cm. This very attractive piece is in excellent condition. Both the top rim and the base rim are pronounced but not heavy. R.', 'Royal Lancastrian', MADE IN ENGLAND and the number 158 - all impressed. Ref: R082 ~ Price 40GBPThis very striking large flared-rim jug was produced by Lemon & Son between 19, and has an 'Arts and Crafts' appearance, because of the shape and the streaky glaze.Redecorate your kitchen in Breton style with Quimper Faience Tiles and adorn your cabinets with truly unique Furniture Knobs.Enliven your living or bedroom with the Lamp Collection.If you enjoy modern French rock music, rap or film, you may want to learn some modern popular French sayings so that you can follow these terms.As with all slang, idioms, and edgy sayings, use with caution, since usage depends upon context.