05 juin 2011

A fine Vienna porcelain déjeuner with Chinoiserie, c. 1770.

A fine Vienna porcelain déjeuner with Chinoiserie,  c. 1770.   Photo Nagel Auktionen comprising a tray, a cup with saucer, a small dish and a mocca pot,. Marked. L. 34 cm..  Some restorations, minor wear, the cover of the mocca pot is not matching. Estimate 2200 €  Nagel Auktionen. June 8th 2011. www.auction.de
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25 septembre 2009

'Imperial Privilege: Vienna Porcelain of Du Paquier, 1718–44' @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tulip Vase from a Garniture. Austrian (Vienna), Du Paquier factory, ca. 1725. Hard-paste porcelain. H. 6-3/8 in. (16.2 cm.); W. 8-5/16 in. (21.1 cm.) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of R. Thornton Wilson, in memory of Florence Ellsworth Wilson, 1954 (54.147.94) NEW YORK, NY.- The Du Paquier ceramic manufactory, founded by Claudius Innocentius du Paquier in Vienna in 1718, was only the second factory in Europe able to make true porcelain in the manner of the Chinese. This small porcelain enterprise developed a highly... [Lire la suite]