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Flower encrusted potpourri vase, painted with a vignette of lovers seated before trees with a bird-cage. Dresden Porcelain, Fine Porcelain, Porcelain Ceramics, Porcelain Dinnerware, Porcelain Tiles, Painted Porcelain, China Dinnerware, Hand Painted, Antique China

*Rococo Revisited - FLOWER-ENCRUSTED POT-POURRI VASE, painted with a...

FLOWER-ENCRUSTED POT-POURRI VASE, painted with a...

snowball vase with base Meissen Porcelain Manufactory 1860 Dresden Porcelain, Fine Porcelain, Porcelain Ceramics, Ceramic Art, Delft, Dresden China, Objet D'art, Royal Doulton, Art Decor

Фарфоровые цветы и фигурки. Часть 4

Фарфоровые цветы и фигурки. Часть 4. С 18 века в декоре изделий стали широко применять лепные фарфоровые цветы. Они служили украшением ваз, футляров для часов, рам для зеркал, люстр, сервизных изделий; из них также составлялись отдельные бисквитные и расписанные "под натуру" букеты.…

Panel Date: century Culture: Chinese for export Medium: Silk Dimensions: L. 78 x W. 43 inches x cm Classification: Textiles-Painted Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1980 Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Chinese Embroidery, Garden Urns, Mandala, China Art, Vintage Textiles, Chinese Patterns, Chinoiserie

Wall panel with garden urns | Chinese, for European market | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Along with painted wallpaper, the Chinese produced painted silk wall hangings for export during the eighteenth century. These coverings accounted for a small percentage of Chinese export textiles but they had considerable influence on the European imagination

Bolognese dog, ca. Meissen Porcelain Manufactory (German, since Modeler: Johann Gottlieb Kirchner (German, Bolognese, Dog Sculpture, Sculptures, Metropolitan Museum, Art Decor, Berlin, Illustration Art, Dogs, Artwork

Meissen Manufactory | Bolognese dog | German, Meissen | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Private Collection, France (before 1743–1946; sold to Wittekind) ; [ Wittekind , Paris, 1946; sold to Baron Carl F. von Seidlitz ] ; Baron Carl G. von Seidlitz (sold for $5,500 through Rosenberg and Stiebel and Wittekind to Wilson); R

Chinese Couple, ca. Fine Porcelain, Porcelain Ceramics, Porcelain Jewelry, Chinoiserie, Dresden China, Old Paris, Chinese, Art Sculpture, Antique China

Meissen Manufactory | Chinese Couple | German, Meissen | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chinese Couple, ca. 1737 Germany, Meissen Manufactory, Johann Joachim Kändler (German, Fischbach 1706–1775 Meissen) Hard-paste porcelain, H. 17.9 cm, New York, Metropolitan of Art, 1982.60.319,320

Pair of Late Century Dutch Delft Tile Pictures Delft Tiles, Art Tiles, Antique Tiles, Vintage Tile, History Of Ceramics, Doggy Stuff, Modern Ceramics, Gravure, Pet Birds

Pair Of 1stdibs Ceramics - Late 18Th Century Delft Tile Pictures Dutch Earthenware, Tin

Pair of late 18th century Delft polychrome tile pictures one depicting a "Keeshond" or "barge dog" and the other a cat, both depicted in manganese, blue and yellow, standing on faux delft marble tiles, the cat curiously depicted with human facial characteristics. ex collection of Stanley J Seeger and bearing older collection labels as well. These tile pictures, like many Dutch paintings, are teasing a story and are possibly betraying the sympathies of the owners. The Keeshond was named after…

A large Meissen porcelain group of a seated monkey eating grapes - CIRCA Fine Porcelain, Porcelain Ceramics, Painted Porcelain, Year Of The Monkey, Painted Books, Animal Projects, China Painting, Barbie Collector, Lion Sculpture

A large Meissen porcelain group of a seated monkey eating grapes

A large Meissen porcelain group of a seated monkey eating grapes - CIRCA 1880, BLUE CROSSED SWORDS MARK TO THE BACK OF THE BASE, INCISED 84. AND PRESSNUMMER 108 UNDERNEATH - After an early 18th century porcelain model by J.G. Kirchner, wearing a belt and seated on a grassy rockwork base 47 cm. high

Meissen Porcelain, titled "Carpenter" by Johann Joachim Kandler. Circa This beautiful Meissen porcelain is from Saxe (Germany). It is titled "Carpenter" by Johann Joachim Kandler. History Of Ceramics, 10 Picture, Royal Doulton, Porcelain Ceramics, Dresden, Decorative Accessories, Statue, Vintage, Collection

Meissen_Porcelain_The_Carpenter

Meissen Porcelain, titled "Carpenter" by Johann Joachim Kandler. Circa 1840. This beautiful Meissen porcelain is from Saxe (Germany). It is titled "Carpenter" by Johann Joachim Kandler. Circa 1840. He is sure to be a Fellowcraft Mason by the way he is wearing his apron and the working tools he is in possession of. It is marked bibliography: Dr. Berling, Meissen Porcelain.