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A Copenhagen porcelain topographical two-handled polychrome baluster vase
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A Copenhagen porcelain topographical two-handled polychrome baluster vase

SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY, MARKED WITH THREE WAVES IN UNDERGLAZE BLUE

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A Copenhagen porcelain topographical two-handled polychrome baluster vase
Second half 19th Century, marked with three waves in underglaze blue
The lilac-ground body heavily gilt with scrolling Grecian motifs, surrounding two oval panels, one depicting the castle of Fredensborg, the other the Badstuen, the waisted neck and base with trailing ivy, with curling ivy branch handles
42 cm. high
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Christie's charges a Buyer's premium calculated at 23.205% of the hammer price for each lot with a value up to €110,000. If the hammer price of a lot exceeds €110,000 then the premium for the lot is calculated at 23.205% of the first €110,000 plus 11.9% of any amount in excess of €110,000. Buyer's Premium is calculated on this basis for each lot individually.

Lot Essay

Frederiksborg is the lavish summer residence of H.R.H. Queen Margrethe of Denmark with a long history of important foreign guests and the Badstuen lies northwest of the above, it was built in 1580 by Frederick II and functioned as a semi-secluded "summer house" to the above. See www.Kongehuset.dk for more extensive information about Danish Royal Residences.
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