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A Louis XVI ormolu-mounted Chinese Dehua porcelain rhinoceros horn libation bowl-form, the mounts circa 1775, the 18th century porcelain. Sotheby's picture

A Louis XVI ormolu-mounted Chinese Dehua porcelain rhinoceros horn libation bowl-form, the mounts circa the century porcelain.

PAIR OF GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED CHINESE WHITE PORCELAIN VASES, THE PORCELAIN KANGXI (1662-1722), THE MOUNTS FRENCH RÉGENCE, CIRCA 1720

A Pair of Gilt-Bronze Mounted Chinese White Porcelain Vases. The Porcelain Kangxi Period the Mounts French Regence, Circa 1720

Coupe libatoire en forme de corne de rhinocéros en porcelaine émaillée blanc de Chine, à décor appliqué de pommiers en fleurs. Chine, époque Kangxi. Monture en bronze doré signé "Escalier de cristal"

Coupe libatoire en forme de corne de rhinocéros en porcelaine émaillée blanc de Chine, à décor appliqué de pommiers en fleurs. Chine, époque Kangxi. Monture en bronze doré signé "Escalier de cristal"

Bowl with Flowering Prunus. Porcelain: 1720-1730; Mounts: mid 18th century. Porcelain with glaze, design in applied relief, and metal rim French mount. H: 4 7/16 in. (11.2 cm). Acquired by William T. or Henry Walters. 49.1729. The Walters Art Museum

Bowl with Flowering Prunus. Porcelain with glaze, design in applied relief, and metal rim French mount. or Henry Walters. The Walters Art Museum

C.1790 | Hard paste porcelain, coloured enamels and gold | German, Meissen

Meissen, 1790 thebowesmuseum.org,uk - marieantoinettesplayhouse

A Kangxi Blanc de Chine Porcelain Libation Cup with Applied Decoration. With Tooled 18th Century Ormolu Mounts. Mounts of this Type are not Uncommon on Blanc de Chine of the Period. They have, in this Case Changed this Libation Cup, meant for Drinking a Toast to Honour one's Ancestors, into a Bonbon Dish. It is Probable that the Mounts are either French or German and date to c. 1720-1750.

A Kangxi Blanc de Chine Porcelain Libation Cup with Applied Decoration. With Tooled 18th Century Ormolu Mounts. Mounts of this Type are not Uncommon on Blanc de Chine of the Period. They have, in this Case Changed this Libation Cup, meant for Drinking a Toast to Honour one's Ancestors, into a Bonbon Dish. It is Probable that the Mounts are either French or German and date to c. 1720-1750.

Vase, 1820, made by St. Petersburg Imperial Porcelain Factory, gilt porcelain.

Petersburg Imperial Porcelain Factory (Russian), gilt porcelain, Overall: x cm x 11 in. In memory of Arthur G.

Pair of mounted vases, ca. 1740–50  Chinese porcelain with French mounts  Hard-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze mounts

Pair of vases porcelain century, mounts ca. Culture: Chinese with French mounts Medium: Hard-paste porcelain, gilt-bronze mounts Dimensions: Each: H.

A Louis XV style lacquered inkstand with Sèvres porcelain

A Louis XV style lacquered inkstand with Sèvres porcelain

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