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Biscuit porcelain baluster vase decorated with garlands of flowers and a handle in the head of lions. We imagine it very well with a pretty bouquet of dried flowers. Very good condition of the flower garland, certainly French work from the end of the 19th century.
Diameter at the widest point: 8.5 cm
On the porcalaine biscuit:
A biscuit is earthenware, stoneware, porcelain fired at high temperature without glazing. In porcelain, it therefore offers the advantage of a much more delicate rendering, however without enamel porcelain remains porous. As a result, the biscuit has very often been used to make many centerpieces, statuette, etc ...
|Style||Louis XVI, Directoire|
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