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A PAIR OF ORMOLU-MOUNTED PARIS PORCELAIN FLAMBE-GROUND VASES AND COVERS
A BEVERLY HILLS BEAUX ARTS COLLECTION (LOTS 344-402)
A PAIR OF ORMOLU-MOUNTED PARIS PORCELAIN FLAMBE-GROUND VASES AND COVERS

LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY, THE MOUNTS WITH STAMPED LOUCHET FOUNDRY MARKS

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A PAIR OF ORMOLU-MOUNTED PARIS PORCELAIN FLAMBE-GROUND VASES AND COVERS
LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY, THE MOUNTS WITH STAMPED LOUCHET FOUNDRY MARKS
Each of shield shape, the domed cover with pinecone finial, the shoulder cast with a beaded band and flanked by satyr-mask handles, the body splashed in shades of blue, green and brown, on an acanthus molded socle and canted square base etched with a band of Vitruvian scroll
20 in. (50.7 cm.) high (2)

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Paul Louchet, a friend of Lalique and Daum, was a painter, engraver, jeweler and bronze caster who was heavily influenced by nature. He was both the president of the bronze manufacturer's syndicate and the mayor of the town of Herblay.

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