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A SEVRES (HARD PASTE) ORMOLU-MOUNTED POWDERED LAVENDER

Lot 0120 Details

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A SEVRES (HARD PASTE) ORMOLU-MOUNTED POWDERED LAVENDER AND GOLD-GROUND VASE (VASE 'LAGRENEE', 1ERE GRANDEUR)

CIRCA 1805-6, INSCRIBED IN INK N.2, THE FIGURE PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO PERRENOT L'AINE, THE MOUNTS ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE-PHILIPPE THOMIRE

Of baluster form, each side painted with a mythological scene within a canted rectangular panel edged with chased gilt ribbon and a laurel wreath enclosing a classical mask medallion below, depicting Jupiter and Danae to one side and Suzanne at her Bath to the other, centering a broad burnished gold-ground band decorated with arabesques after Henri Salembier, the lower body with a border of green and pink stiff-leaves against a gold ground, the flared neck and foot with powdered lavender-ground bands painted with tight bouquets of flowers linked by a filet and edged with laurel, the neck with lozenge-shaped gilt-framed carmine-ground classical figure cameos en grisaille below suspended flower garlands, the rim and foot with gilt egg-and-dart borders, mounted in ormolu with twin classical winged female handles and a beaded border around the shoulder, on a gilt-metal square base
27 ½ in. (69.9 cm.) high; M. Jacques; one of three pairs purchased at the Sèvres manufactory between December 1805 and May 1806.
Alexander Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton (1767-1852), by descent to,
William Alexander Louis Stephen Douglas-Hamilton, 12th Duke of Hamilton (1845-1895); sold Christie’s, London, Pictures, Works of Art & Decorative Objects, The Property of his Grace The Duke of Hamilton, K.T., 17 June - 19 July 1882, lot 1707 (unillustrated, sold £220 10s to Sypher & Co, London).; Geoffrey de Bellaigue, French Porcelain in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen, Vol. II, London, 2009, p. 521 and note 4.
Empire; Mise en scène par Monsieur Hubert de Givenchy, exhibition catalogue, Christie's, Paris, 8-25 September 2014, no. XVI, pp. 60-65.
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A SEVRES (HARD PASTE) ORMOLU-MOUNTED POWDERED LAVENDER

Estimate $100,000 - $150,000
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Est. $100,000 - $150,000Starting Price $50,000
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Lot 0120 Details

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A SEVRES (HARD PASTE) ORMOLU-MOUNTED POWDERED LAVENDER AND GOLD-GROUND VASE (VASE 'LAGRENEE', 1ERE GRANDEUR)

CIRCA 1805-6, INSCRIBED IN INK N.2, THE FIGURE PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO PERRENOT L'AINE, THE MOUNTS ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE-PHILIPPE THOMIRE

Of baluster form, each side painted with a mythological scene within a canted rectangular panel edged with chased gilt ribbon and a laurel wreath enclosing a classical mask medallion below, depicting Jupiter and Danae to one side and Suzanne at her Bath to the other, centering a broad burnished gold-ground band decorated with arabesques after Henri Salembier, the lower body with a border of green and pink stiff-leaves against a gold ground, the flared neck and foot with powdered lavender-ground bands painted with tight bouquets of flowers linked by a filet and edged with laurel, the neck with lozenge-shaped gilt-framed carmine-ground classical figure cameos en grisaille below suspended flower garlands, the rim and foot with gilt egg-and-dart borders, mounted in ormolu with twin classical winged female handles and a beaded border around the shoulder, on a gilt-metal square base
27 ½ in. (69.9 cm.) high; M. Jacques; one of three pairs purchased at the Sèvres manufactory between December 1805 and May 1806.
Alexander Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton (1767-1852), by descent to,
William Alexander Louis Stephen Douglas-Hamilton, 12th Duke of Hamilton (1845-1895); sold Christie’s, London, Pictures, Works of Art & Decorative Objects, The Property of his Grace The Duke of Hamilton, K.T., 17 June - 19 July 1882, lot 1707 (unillustrated, sold £220 10s to Sypher & Co, London).; Geoffrey de Bellaigue, French Porcelain in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen, Vol. II, London, 2009, p. 521 and note 4.
Empire; Mise en scène par Monsieur Hubert de Givenchy, exhibition catalogue, Christie's, Paris, 8-25 September 2014, no. XVI, pp. 60-65.

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