19th Century Rose Canton Temple Jars

Item Number: 253

This pair of splendid Rose Canton Temple Jars date back to the 19th century and feature an unusual color palette. Floral elements set against a white background adorn the tops while the more ornate pattern work on the base is set against a unique pink rose background. The jars are in beautiful condition and offer an insight into the artistry and craftsmanship of the time.

Price: $12,000 for the pair view item

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19th Century Sevres Vases, Signed and Marked for the Original Chateau

Item Number: 0003

This pair of grand Sevres vases in "Pompadour Pink" dates back to the 19th century and are beautifully hand painted on both sides. Each large front panel features three costumed 18th century figures. On one vase we see a woman pointing off into the distance, a man stares longingly towards her, while another woman points her attention towards him. The other vase shows two men courting a woman with a fort in the background. The back sides show gorgeous pastoral scenes; long, stretching country roads with trees in the foreground and hills in the back are accompanied by a light blue sky. The gold pattern work uses gold leaf, and the pieces are stamped with the Sevres mark as well as a mark noting the chateau they were made for.

Price: $75,000 view item

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Pair of Louis XVI Cassolettes with Rams Heads, Hoofed Feet, and Abundant Details

Item Number: 4974

This Pair of French 19th century Louis XVI cassolettes feature a beautiful white marble and are adorned with magnificent bronze mounts. The details are abundant and include a bronze pineapple finial over leaves, finely chiseled garlands over which beautifully detailed rams’ heads rest, fruited vines, acanthus leaves, and ribbon work. The pieces are supported by three hoofed legs, incredibly detailed themselves, with even more bronze work at the base. The pair is an elegant combination of finely chiseled bronze and marble, and are poised to bring a stately French element to a new home.

Price: $15,000 view item

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Pair of Covered 19th Century Chinese Jars with Bronze, Garden Scenes, Cobalt Blue, and Gold

Item Number: 5369

This beautiful pair of 19th century covered Chinese jars are decorated with flora and fauna in quaint garden scenes. The pieces feature detailed bronze in the bases at bottom, finials at top, and patterned ring at the bottom of the lid. The deep, dark cobalt blue background offers a fantastic contrast to the gold which rests on top, combined to surround the framed garden scenes. The pair is a beautiful example of the craftsmanship and artistry in the 1800s.

Price: $18,000 pair view item

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19th Century Japanese Imari Vases with Bronze Work and Unique Bronze Bases

Item Number: 6444

This gorgeous pair of 19th century Japanese Imari vases are beautifully hand-painted in the classic Imari colors of blue, terra cotta, gold and white. The pair features a Foo dog handle on each top, and detailed bronze work throughout. Note the patterned bronze work attaching the top to the base, the ring handle on each side of each vase, and the unique bronze footed bases, which are unusually cast in the shape of a classic carved rose wood base.

Price: $47,500 For the Pair view item

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French 18th Century Directoire Gilded Garniture Set

Item Number: 6255

This Directoire period, painted and gold leaf gilded tole jardinière set features a beautiful centerpiece with matching side urns. The French antique trio dates back to the 18th century and sports gorgeous details with gold figures standing in allegorical poses. The jardiniere’s central figure sits playing a lyre, attended by an angel in flight on either side. Large angels to her right and left carry the floral seat upon which she rests. The centerpiece’s handles feature detailed profiles as well, also seen at the right and left of each side urn. Final details rest on the aforementioned side urns as golden figures stand, draped in flowing cloth and holding offerings to the scene pictured on the centerpiece.

Price: $25,000 set view item

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Pair of 18th Century Chinese Craqule Vases with Bronze Mounts

Item Number: 6391

A magnificent pair of early 18th century Chinese celadon craqule ware vases. When they were exported to France in the 19th century, the French added bronze d'ore mounts. Here we see tops, side handles, and bases of bronze d’ore, crafted beautifully in the Rococo manner.

Price: $75,000 pair view item

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French 19th Century Napoleon III Cassolettes (Covered Urns)

Item Number: 6233

This Magnificent pair of grand scale Napoleon III cassolettes feature solid rose marble and are covered with fantastic bronze d'ore mounts. The French antique pair dates back to the 19th century, circa 1860. Each side is adorned with bronze d’ore cat tails, and acanthus leaves. A square base rests at bottom, with an accompanying handle on top of each piece, all made of the same bronze d’ore.

Price: $90,000 view item

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Historic Pair of 18th Century Courtille Porcelain Vases, Inscribed from The Duke de Richelieu to The Princesse de Lamballe, Bronze d’Ore Mounts added in the 19th Century

Item Number: 6027

This marvelous and historic pair of Napoleon III hand-painted Courtille porcelain vases feature bronze d’ore mounts alongside raised gold decorations. The French antique vases date back to the 18th century, with the bronze d’ore mounts added in the latter half of the 19th century. Impressively each top is inscribed on its underside: “Offert par le Duc de Richelieu a la Princesse de Lamballe,” translating to, “Given by the Duke de Richelieu to the Princesse de Lamballe.” The pair also features the mark of the Courtille porcelain manufacturer, an 18th century porcelain producer located in Paris. On the exterior, we find picnic scenes on the fronts and pastoral scenes on the backs. Bronze d’ore flows in plenty with d’ore knobs at top, d’ore handles on either side of each with the face of Bacchus. Finally the pair rests on beautifully chased and detailed d’ore stands.

Price: $125,000 view item

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French 18th Century Louis XVI Barometer

Item Number: 6692

This exquisite carved gilt wood Louis XVI barometer offers floriate carvings in the urn at top, egg & dart carvings on top of the Ionic capital, and a rope & tassel cascading down from the fluted column. The French antique piece dates back to the 18th century, circa 1780, and ends in a leaf-carved gilt wood finial.

Price: $9,000 Final Price, discounted from $18,000 view item

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