Ice cup from the Cameo Service of Empress Catherine the Great, Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory, Soft-paste porcelain, Hillwood Museum and Gardens
This soup tureen, made by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, was produced as part of Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna's dowry for her marriage to Karl Friedrich, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar, in
A pair of Derby porcelain campana vases, painted by William "Quaker" Pegg, 1810-20, panoramically painted with flowers, including roses and carnations, against a gilt ground, gilt serpent handles, the bowls with gilt decoration and with gilt decorated circular bases, standard marks in red and numbered 18 and 13, 17cms.
French Sevres "La Boitteux" Vase c.
Porcelain vase with landscapes of Malmaison, one of a pair, offered by the Queen Louise of Prussia to the Empress Josephine in Via José de Menezes
The Londonderry Vase - Designed by Charles Percier - Decoration designed by Alexandre Theodore Brongniart, French (Sevres) - Hard-paste porcelain, polychrome enamel, gilding, gilt bronze.
Serves (Erdinç Bakla archive)
(Vase Bachelier) Made at Sèvres Manufactory, France Painted by Antoine Caton, French, active / the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
“Sevres” Porcelain Garniture Vase in the Louis XVI Taste, late c.
Lot : SEVRES - Pot à jus couvert en porcelaine tendre à décor polychrome de bouquets de[...] | Dans la vente Porcelaines et Faïences du XVIe au XIXe Siècles à Pescheteau-Badin
Vase with Cover Sèvres Manufactory French (Sèvres) porcelain combining elements of rococo and neoclassical styles The vast and diverse production of the Sèvres factory in the nineteenth century resists easy characterization, and its history.