Porcelaine de Paris - Epoque fin Empire début Restauration - Blerzy et Sauvage

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Porcelaine de Paris - Epoque fin Empire début Restauration - Blerzy et Sauvage
Surtout de table - Corbeille sur pied réticulée d'arcs en bâtière en porcelaine dorée et cookie de porcelaine moulée et sculptée en forme de cupidon en support de corbeille. The mandorla-shaped terrace is adorned at the waist with gules-shaped lion bars. Gold and agate work. 30.3 x 37.2x 22.4 cm. Note: In 1802, César Pierre Blerzy founded a haberdashery on rue Aumaire with Pierre Sauvage until 1811, after which he continued alone as a Marchand Mercier and gilder. The white is probably from a Paris porcelain manufacturer such as Darte, Locré or Deuster. Signed in gold by Blerzy in Paris. Restoration is required for part of the broken basket (pieces attached) and the gilding.
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