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18th Century Porcelain Cache Pot

Continental Europe 2nd Half 18th Century

A very attractive European porcelain cache pot with all over floral decoration, swirl fluting and basket weave modeling. There are roses, tulips, daisies, a morning glory, peony etc. The handles are in a bold rococo style. I do not recognize the the factory mark on the bottom but feel this is either French or German in origin. It probably was made about 1760.

Price

$575

Condition

Overall very good condition. There is one small rim chip repaired and a few small repairs to the foot rim done professionally. Also there is a faint star crack on the bottom which has been properly consolidated. The gold is in excellent condition.

Measurements

Height: 7.25"
Width/Length: 9.25"
Diameter: 7.25"

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