Porcelain set. Sevres

19th century
Other style
From: LV-1011, Riga, Lithuania

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    A unique set of porcelain made at the Manufacture de Sèvres (Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres) in the first half of the 19th century.
    The set consists of two large vases and a large central flowerpot. The vases are decorated with a polychrome motif representing gallant scenes, golden floral motifs on a cobalt background called lapis blue. The inner part of the central flowerpot is decorated with garlands of flowers and a central bouquet made using the polychrome painting technique. The vases are mounted on a polygonal bronze base. The decorative pens in the form of female forms are in gilded mercury bronze characteristic of the period of the first part of the 19th century. The vases end with removable lids decorated with floral designs and golden pine cones.
    Hallmarks: letter "A" placed inside the monogram, letter "S ..." placed under the monogram
    Size: Central flowerpot H / W / P - 43/47/25 cm, Vase H / L / P - 71/28/21 cm (2)


    Ref: QG4J2RJF1P

    Style Other style (Porcelain vases of Other style Style)
    Century 19th century (Porcelain vases 19th century)
    Width (cm) 46
    Height (cm) 73
    Weight (Kg) 15
    Materials Porcelain, Gilding 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 1 Business Day
    Location LV-1011, Riga, Lithuania

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