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Antique Victorian French Limoges Porcelain Pate-Sur-Pate Feu de Four Portrait Plates

Antique Victorian French Limoges Porcelain Pate-Sur-Pate Feu de Four Portrait Plates



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Feu de Four pieces are very rare! For example companies like Haviland (Limoges area) only used this method of firing porcelain for two years from 1893 to 1895 and then stopped because of the expense of the process.

These pieces were made for the elites and could only be afforded by few. They have become very rare and expensive!

If you look closely you will also see much of the pattern is under the glaze. Imagine these pieces were painted, glazed, fired and painted again. A very tedious and expensive method.

Pâte-sur-pâte is a French term meaning “paste on paste”. It is a method of porcelain decoration in which a relief design is created on an unfired, unglazed body by applying successive layers of white slip (liquid clay) with a brush.

The effect is somewhat similar to other types of relief decoration (sprigging). However, unlike Jasperware, for example, a mold is not normally used, and the ceramic artist is able to achieve translucency.

Antique Market is a multi-dealer antique mall located on Long Island in Huntington, New York. I have two booths there and the place is loaded with historical and very unusual, beautiful antiques.

Antique Market
700 East Jericho Turnpike
Huntington Station, NY 11746

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Check out the antiques where I have two booths in Huntington, New York. Antique Market In Huntington Long Island Has:

Antique Coins
Antique Guns
Antique Military
Antique Glass
Antique Swords
Antique Porcelain
Antique Clocks
Antique Watches
Antique Furniture
Antique Radios
Antique Toys
Antique Banks
Signed Baseballs
Antique Stamps
Antique Jewelry
Antique Pocket Watches
Antique Oil Cans
Antique Tobacco Memorabilia
Antique Photos
Antique Cameras
Antique Silver
Antique Crystal
Antique China
Antique Chandeliers
Antique Sconces
Antique Bronze
Antique Tools
Antique License Plates
Vintage Records
Antique Fans
Antique Sewing Machines
Antique Comic Books
Antique Daggers
Antique Civil War Relics
Antique World War Two Memorabilia
Antique Paintings
Vintage and Antique Clothing
Antique Trains
Antique Railroad Memorabilia
Antique Lanterns
Antique Signs
Antique Advertisments
Antique Beer and Brewery Memorabilia
Antique Trunks
Antique Taxidermy
Antique SilverWare
Antique Crystal
Antique Sculptures

and more….

Antique Opaline Flashed Gilded Crystal Portrait Vases

Antique Opaline Flashed Gilded Crystal Portrait Vases



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This is a stunning pair of late 19th Century Bohemian opaline flashed and gilded crystal portrait vases.

The crystal vases are profusley decorated with exquisite foliate gilding, are of tapering baluster form with flared necks and raised on ring turned circular spreading bases.

The oval panels are superbly enamelled with finely painted bust profiles, one of a lady of fashion and and the other of a lady in peasant dress.

Instill the refined elegance of a bygone era to a special place in your home with these fabulous vases.

Condition:

In really excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs, please see photos for confirmation of condition.

Dimensions in cm:

Height 34 x Width 13 x Depth 13

Dimensions in inches:

Height 1 foot, 1 inch x Width 5 inches x Depth 5 inches
Bohemian glass

Chiefly referred to as Bohemia crystal, is glass produced in the regions of Bohemia and Silesia, now parts of the Czech Republic. It has a centuries long history of being internationally recognised for its high quality, craftsmanship, beauty and often innovative designs.

Hand-cut, engraved, blown and painted decorative glassware ranging from champagne flutes to enormous chandeliers, ornaments, figurines and other glass items are among the best known Czech exports and immensely popular as tourist souvenirs. The Czech Republic is home to numerous glass studios and schools attended by local and foreign students.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | Ohio Folk Art Double Portrait, ca. 1838 | Cleveland Hr 1 Preview | PBS

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | Ohio Folk Art Double Portrait, ca. 1838 | Cleveland Hr 1 Preview | PBS



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