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pair of polychrome vases in porcelain in the Sèvres style with gilded bronze mounts. The base stands on four rocaille claw feet and cartouches in the form of cut leather decorated with shells. The handles in bronze are decorated with gules of lions surmounted by a shell and finished with a foliage motif. The lid is topped with a rocky foliage knob and a pine cone. Mark HN n°2.22 under the foot. Each vase is decorated with a turquoise background with gilt decoration representing scenes in cartouches: a landscape scene and a "gallant scene". The landscapes show a marshy setting with an autumnal air or the shores of a quiet lake. In one scene, a young woman wearing a dress with a rolled-up apron and a straw hat is blindfolded while a young man in a pink leotard tickles her neck with a feather. On the other, a shepherdess in a pink apron holds a bale of hay under her arm and a shepherd's staff in the other. She turns to a gentleman in a rust-coloured leotard and pink breeches who shows her the way. This is a French work from the 19th century. Do you want to know more about this type of gallant scene? Visit our blog to discover the taste of love in the countryside.

Circa: 1880

Dim: W:20cm, D:14cm, H:40cm.

Condition report Some missing gilding. Weathered.

Period: 19th century
Style: de Sèvres, Rocaille
Materials: Porcelain, Gilded bronze
Identifier Exists False
LP : 3003
Availability : Object available
Width : 20 (cm)
Height 40 (cm)
Depth 14 (cm)
Delivery : Calculated at time of payment

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