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Grand pair of antique cobalt lidded sevres vases
Introducing our Grand 19th Century Antique Cobalt Blue Lidded Sevres Vases: a breathtaking fusion of artistry and history. These exquisite masterpieces are a testament to the opulence and elegance of the past, destined to captivate even the most discerning collectors. At 56cm tall, these vases are statement pieces to behold.
Prepare to be transported to a bygone era as you gaze upon the intricately hand-painted romantic courting scene gracing the front of each vase. Skilled artisans from the renowned Sevres porcelain factory have delicately brought to life a tale of love and longing, infusing the vases with a sense of timeless romance.
Turn the vases around, and you’ll find another surprise – a meticulously painted European landscape that adds depth and richness to these already extraordinary works of art. Every stroke of the brush tells a story of faraway lands, transporting you to idyllic settings of days long past.
Embellishing the beauty of the cobalt blue porcelain, these vases feature ornate ormolu mounts that exude an air of regal splendor. The intricate gilt highlights accentuate the details of the courting scene and landscape, catching the light to create an alluring play of shadows and reflections.
The vases are adorned with swag hoop handles, a hallmark of refined neoclassical design. These graceful handles add a touch of sophistication to the vases, elevating their appearance to that of true museum-worthy art.
For antique enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike, our Grand 19th Century Antique Cobalt Blue Lidded Sevres Vases are an unparalleled addition to any curated collection. These large vases would look incredible displayed on a sideboard or in a lighted display cabinet.
Uncover the grandeur of these exceptional vases and make them a cherished part of your own legacy. Own a piece of history today!
H 56 x W 25cm
19th Century (1800 – 1899)