Naples, first half of the 19th century In good condition.
Pair of blue and white porcelain with handles and decorations in the shape of golden leaves and flowers. They were probably shaped in Sèvres or in the French area and then painted in Naples with daily life scenes. Its shape, typical of the Louis Philippe period in the mid-1800s, large size and extremely accurate details make this pair of vases very impressive and valuable. Unmarked.
Period: mid 19th century
Style: Louis Philippe.
Base: 20 cm, height 60 cm
De Eisner Eisenhof A. , "Le porcellane di Capodimonte". Milan, 1925
Morazzoni G., "Le porcellane italiane". Milan - Rome 1935
Mosca L., "Napoli e l'arte ceramica". Naples, 1908
For the decorator Raffaele Giovine and his circle, see:
Aurelio Minghetti, "Le terre dipinte catalogo dei Ceramisti dal medioevo al Novecento". Publisher: Olimpia, 1996. Page 230
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.The chandeliere is so beautiful!! I admire it all the time. Communication with the seller was great. Delivery very fast and the chandeliere was packed perfect. I am very happy!! Thank you very much!
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