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Dish, Saint Laurent, attributed to Jacques de LAUDIN II, late 17th century
Dish, Saint Laurent, attributed to Jacques de LAUDIN II, late 17th century - Religious Antiques Style
Ref : 91039
3 000 €
Period :
17th century
Artist :
Jacques de Laudin II
Medium :
Limoges enamel
Dimensions :
l. 5.12 inch X H. 1.57 inch | Ø 5.12 inch
Religious Antiques  - Dish, Saint Laurent, attributed to Jacques de LAUDIN II, late 17th century
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Dish, Saint Laurent, attributed to Jacques de LAUDIN II, late 17th century

Limoges enamel dish.

Limoges is known for the high quality of its enamel and its artists who knew how to reinvent themselves in each era. Enamel appeared as early as the 12th century, and its production was essentially religious.
Workers from the world of goldsmiths, their status changed in the 16th century. They paid more attention to style and detail and considered themselves more like painters, even signing their work.

Jacques LAUDIN II, worked in the Faubourg de Magnine, one of the districts of Limoges known for its enamel art.

Saint Laurent is represented here in the center, a very beautiful frieze of flowers surrounds the saint. The cup is also very finely decorated on the back.

Lawrence of Rome was born between 220 and 225 in Huesca, Aragon, Spain. He died a martyr on a grill in 258 in Rome, as a deacon of Pope Sixtus II. This is the grill that he holds in his hands, a classic representation in art.

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