26 juin 2011

Some of Vincennes 18th century porcelaine from the Evill/Frost Collection

An extremely rare Vincennes teapot and cover, circa 1747-49. Photo Sotheby's héière ronde in Meissen style with a tau handle and bird's head spout, paintedᅠwith a continuous riverside scene including an elegant couple, the cove, with further landscapes in miniature, attachedᅠwith a white metal chain andᅠmounts,ᅠcracked; 10.4cm., 4¼in. ESTIMATE 20,000-30,000 GBP - Lot Sold: 20,000 GBP Note: The shape of this teapot closely follows a Meissen prototype. For a similar teapot in the Musée National de Cèramique (minus a cover) see... [Lire la suite]
08 décembre 2010

The Louis XV Vincennes Service & Louis XV gilt-bronze and rock crystal chandeliers and ormolu and patinated bronze cartel clock

A pair of gilt-bronze and rock crystal chandeliers, Louis XV. photo Sotheby's each of cage form with nine scrolled candlearms hung with faceted pear and diamond shaped drops, beads and flowerheads, one drop with the printed paper label Pietro Accorsi Antichita Via Po 55 Torino, in ink number 4637; formerly drilled for electricity, each approx: 82cm. high, 68cm. diameter; 2ft.8¼in., 2ft.2¾in. Estimate 80,000—120,000 GBP. Lot Sold 87,650 GBP PROVENANCE: Pietro Accorsi, TurinFormerly in the collection of Alberto Bruni... [Lire la suite]
02 octobre 2010

VINCENNES. Jatte circulaire. XVIIIème siècle, vers 1750.

VINCENNES. Jatte circulaire. XVIIIème siècle, vers 1750. à décor polychrome de quatre paysages animés contenus dans des cartouches cernés de rinceaux rocaille, coquilles et branchages sur fond bleu, bouquets de fleurs à l''intérieur (un éclat). Marquée : LL entrelacés et points. Long. : 21,2 cm - Haut. : 9 cm - Estimation : 1 500/2 000€ VENTE AUX ENCHèRES LE VENDREDI 8 OCTOBRE à PARIS PAR GUILLAUME LE FLOC'H SVV - Email : glf@lefloch-drouot.fr
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16 avril 2010

White gold - Two important sales of fine Meissen and Sèvres to be offered at Christie’s in may

Two ormolu-mounted Sèvres (hard paste) vases and covers, circa 1788-90, the contemporary mounts probably by Thomire. Est. £50,000 - £80,000. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd., 2010. London – This May Christie’s King Street celebrates 18th century porcelain with two important sales entitled White Gold. The first collection which will be offered on 12 May coincides with the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Meissen factory and is a fitting celebration of this important cultural and historic event. This single owner collection... [Lire la suite]