BLUE COBALT PORCELAIN VASES, AFTER SÈVRES STYLE. PORCELAIN, BRONZE. 19TH CENTURY.

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Reference: ZF0611

Pair of Sèvres-style vases. Glazed porcelain, gilt bronze. XIX century.
With marks inside the lids. Signed miniatures (Dulac).
Pair of vases made of cobalt blue enameled porcelain, in the style of the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres (France), which have been decorated with elements in gold and metal applications (covers, handles, body and base) with a clear classicist influence (roleos, vegetal elements, palms, scrolls, architectural motifs) and Neoclassical (lace work, flowers and garlands, etc.), and two scenes (one on each side in each vase, figurative and landscape, the four different ones). The figurative scenes (signed Dulac and showing a game of backgammon in one of them) present a clear influence of the Fêtes Galantes del Rococó of the 18th century, while the landscapes show details of later styles. Regarding lines and materials, the influence of models from the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres is clear, the couple being a sample of the production of a series of 19th-century European factories that were inspired by the French center for their creations. One of the covers is restored."


· Size: 25x22x77 cms.

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