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A PARIS (DAGOTY) PORCELAIN GOLD AND FAUX-LAVENDER MARBLE GROUND VASE
A PARIS (DAGOTY) PORCELAIN GOLD AND FAUX-LAVENDER MARBLE GROUND VASE

CIRCA 1820

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A PARIS (DAGOTY) PORCELAIN GOLD AND FAUX-LAVENDER MARBLE GROUND VASE
CIRCA 1820
Oviform, the handles as the head of a thyrsus between paired bracket scrolls issuing from an anthemion, painted with a colorful bouquet in a glass vase on a marble ledge reserved within a gilt band on the faux-marble ground further gilt with a spearhead band, raised on a trumpet-mouth foot and grey marble base
16 in. (40.7 cm.) high

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See R. de Plinval de Guillebon, Faïence et Porcelaine de Paris XVIIIe-XIXe Siècles, Paris, 1995, p. 341 for a pair of Dagoty vases of the same form with variant handles but with a burnished gold everted neck chased with grasses similar to those on the present example and p. 343 for a pair of variant form but with the same handles.

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