Pair of large Cornet Vases in “Vieux Bruxelles porcelain”, hand-painted floral motifs. finished with gold decorations, mid to late 19th century.
Pair of large Cornet Vases in “Vieux Bruxelles porcelain”, hand-painted floral motifs. finished with gold decorations, mid to late 19th century.

Vieux Bruxelles, pair of large cornet vases, polychrome floral decor, mid to late 19th century.

H 31.5 cm W 21.5 cm

 395,00

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Shown are a pair of large hand-shaped porcelain cornet vases made in the mid to late 19th century by Brussels porcelain manufacturers, the so-called Vieux Bruxelles. Both vases stand on a round scalloped foot that transitions into a pear-shaped corpus with a long neck and spreading border with serrated edge. Both have two pairs of convex scalloped handles. The front of one vase is finely hand-painted on a milky white background and in a gold-lined cartouche with a floral decor including a pink rose, an iron-red field flower and another purple flower. They are connected to stems with foliage in various shades of green and even blue. The other vase has an analogous floral decor although the type of flowers are slightly different. Both vases are richly shiny gilded. The border has a diagonally striped pattern with several volutes in between. The back is completely glazed white with three vertical gold-plated bands. The bottom is, except for the foot ring, completely glazed and has a recessed center. One vase is imprinted with the number “18” and the capital letters “IU”. The other vase has an engraved number “10”. They are not marked. However, they clearly belong to Vieux Bruxelles from the mid to late 19th century.

Condition: one firing error at the back on the top handle of one of the vases, otherwise they are perfect.

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