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Sale IT159 Lot 5003

MATCHED PAIR OF FRENCH PORCELAIN PARCEL-BISCUIT, COBALT AND GOLD-GROUND RHYTON VASES, 19TH CENTURY
in the manner of Darte Freres, attributed to the Bonneval Manufactory, both with cornucopia issuing from the head of a wild boar, atop a rectangular base with molded putto on cloth suspended from a pair of torcheres (2) - dimensions of one h: 11.25 in. x w: 9.25 in. x dia. 7 in.; dimensions of other h: 11 in. x w: 9 in. x dia. 7 in.

Provenance: Historic Chelsea Estate, 1709, King William County, Virginia,
A pair of these vases was sold at Christie's New York, Christie's Interiors, sale 2682, 5-6 MARCH 2013, Lot 86 for $1125.
Another pair of similar vases was sold: Anonymous sale; New Orleans Auction (St. Charles), 8-9 December, 2007, lot 26
Estimate $800-1,500

Sold for $650.00


 
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