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Pair of 19th Century Paris Porcelain Campana Form Urns

European Ca, 1850

A decorative pair of European porcelain urns generically referred to as “Paris
Porcelain”. Multiple styles of design were used including Oriental scenes and mask face handles. These were produced in the 1840-1870 period.

Price

SOLD

Condition

Excellent except for the top of one vase has had a large chip restored to one of the gold "petals" and over-sprayed glaze to the top inside of the rim and an additional petal gilded over. These were probably made to have covers. The screws holding the upper and lower parts together are modern replacements. The bottom of one upper bowl does have a hair line issuing from the screw hole.

Measurements

9 1/2" high, 4 7/8" diameter

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