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Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir
Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir - Porcelain & Faience Style Restauration - Charles X Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir - Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir - Restauration - Charles X Antiquités - Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir
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Period :
19th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Hard paste porcelain and bisque
Dimensions :
H. 13.78 inch
Porcelain & Faience  - Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir 19th century - Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir Restauration - Charles X - Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir Antiquités - Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir
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Large pair of crater vases with flower stilllifes, Schoelcher in Paris (Cir

Large pair of Museum quality crater vases. Deep blue ground, reserves of painted still lifes of flowers in the italian tradition (on marble plateau). On the revers, music trophy with a garland of flowers ‘en grisaille’. Handles ending with bearded men’ heads in gilt biscuit. Bases and top rim are gilded, with engraved decorations. High quality of the whites and the decoration. Some wear in the gold. Large and rare pair.

Size: H 35,5cm – base : 14cm x 14cm

Attributed to the manufactory of Schoelcher in Paris . Circa 1820.

Lit: A very similar pair is part of the Musée national de Céramique Collection in Sèvres. Illustrated in the book “Faience et porcelaine de Paris 18e et 19e siècle”,p410-411, Régine de Plinval de Guillebon, Faton edition.

Lit.: In 1789, Marc Schoelcher, dealer in Faience and porcelain in Rue de la Monnaie in Paris, buys out the prestigious manufactory of le Comte d’Artois, based on rue du faubourg Saint-Denis. Close to the Locré family, Marc knows his way around porcelain making. In 1806, the year of his divorce, he opened another store, boulevard des Italiens, which will be active until 1834. His son Victor, will work with him before becoming a politician. At the Paris Exhibition in 1819, Schoelcher wins a silver medal for porcelain pieces “as beautiful as those of Sèvres”. Schoelcher porcelain is always of high quality.

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