Lyvrich d'Elegance, Porcelain and Gilded Dior Ormolu | Romance, Bleu foncé et doré | Versailles Pitcher | Trophy Vase | Centerpiece | 21.08t X 9.06w X 7.33d
- Display Your Heirloom Quality... Objet d'Art, singularly, or in groups, on any appropriately sized Tabletop, Fireplace Mantel or Shelf.
- Please be mindful of Your Mantelpiece depth when Selecting and Positioning Your Selection | Centerpiece for Display.
- Should you choose to group using this collection i.e. on a Tabletop, It is best to Use one piece from "Victor Hugo's Summer Courtship, Bleu foncé et doré", and another from "Romance, Bleu foncé et doré". Both are dark blue in color and the same French European Style
- Please contact the Salon should you need help grouping.
Handmade Objet d'Art | Centerpiece Features:
- Dimensions are approximate and may vary: 20.08 inches tall, 7.33 inches deep, and 9.06 inches wide
- Pattern: Romance, Bleu foncé et doré, Versailles
- Handmade, Painted and finished
- Gilded brass ormolu mounts [Polished brass is naturally a fine muted Gold color prior to applying a Patina]
- Display on any appropriate Tabletop, Mantel, or Shelf
- Will ship Domestic or International
- Please contact the Salon for shipping to your Zip Code
Fine Handcrafted Porcelain, Newly Reproduced from Original Antique Patterns...
Antiques by definition are those items produced by craftsmen, aged one hundred years or more. A valued modern objet d'art handed down from generation to generation and are aged less than 100 years are referred to as an Heirloom. Our Handmade Chinese Porcelain Wares are so finely finished - they are Heirlooms Today and Antiques, Tomorrow!
Our Handmade Chinese Porcelain combines the finest quality porcelain & hand painting by skilled artisans to recreate the most exquisite variety of Styles and Patterns. The designs in use on these Reproduction Pieces are created upon precise research from original antique patterns.
Gilded Brass Ormolu Mounts...
Many of our styles employ gilt brass ormolu. Ormolu was first produced in France in mid-17th Century. During the reign of The Sun King, Louis XIV, gilt bronze ormolu mounts were used in abundance. Opulence was the order of the day and porcelain wares were en vogue.
Gilt Brass Ormolu, Gilt Bronze Ormolu or “Dore´ Bronze“ as is commonly referred to, is used today in the same manner - as fashionable decorative embellishments - the mark of fine quality craftsmanship. These embellishments were traditionally reserved for only the costliest Chinese & European wares and the finest European furnishings.
Tomorrow's Antiques... Today!