Branding Meissen manufactory "crossed swords" correspond to 1924-1934 in the test "5" and "116".
Unique porcelain set made at the Sevres Porcelain Manufactory (Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres) in the first half of the 19th century.
The set consists of two tall vases and one wide central flowerpot. The vases are decorated with a polychrome pattern depicting gallant scenes, gilded floral patterns on a cobalt background known as bleu lapis. The inner part of the central flowerpot is decorated with flower garlands and a central bouquet made using the technique of polychrome painting. Vases are mounted on a bronze polygonal base. Decorative pens in the form of female forms are made of gilded mercury bronze characteristic of the era of the first part of the 19th century. The vases end with removable covers decorated with floral motifs and gilded pine cones.
Hallmarks: Letter "A" placed inside the monogram, Letter "S ..." placed under the monogram
Size: Central flowerpot H / W / D - 43/47/25 cm, Vase H / W / D - 71/28/21 cm (2)
Porcelain composition "Feasting Ladies and Gentleman ". A gallant scene depicts drinking ladies and gentlemen for champagne. One of them inspires the company with a toast. Despite their narrative stretched on a rocky pedestal, the group gathers genre and composition around the table. Living poses of gallant courtship heightened emotional the tone indicates the height of the feast. Judging by the crown on the pedestal and ribbon on one of the gentlemen, the group is called to convey live impressions of the amusements of the royal persons, thereby calling for the imitation of the new owners of the figurine.
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