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Swan neck handle, crowning of the lid and on the edge of the lid decorated by sawing as well as on the stand of the vase a plastic laurel wreath with rich matt gold plating. h: 27 cmOn the front side a medallion with cupids in pâte sur pâte, enamel, gold and gold relief painting, cobalt blue backgroundMeissen vase with elaborate techniques like: Pâte sur Pâte, cobalt blue background, enamel and gold painting. Pâte sur Pâte decor. Cameo-like, flat relief, which is applied in layers with a brush to the already coloured vessel.The process was invented in 1848 by Louis Robert in Sèvres. First presented at the London World Exhibition. In Meissen, the chemist Dr. J. Hinze succeeded in reinventing the process in 1878, presented at the Munich Arts and Crafts Exhibition in 1888 and the World Exhibition in Chicago in 1893.|gooseneck handle, crowning of the lid and on the circumferentially edge of the lid decorated with sawing work, as well as at the stand of the vase with sculptural laurel wreath with rich matt gold plating, the laurel wreath at the lid with minimal chip (lid partly old restored)  height: 27 cmat the frontside with a medalion cupid representation in pâte sur pâte, enameled and gold relief painting, cobalt blue backgroundMeissen vase with elaborate techniques such as: Pâte sur Pâte, cobalt blue background, enamel and gold painting. Pâte sur Pâte decor. Cameo-like, flat relief, which is applied in layers with the brush to the already colored vessel.The process was invented in 1848 by Louis Robert at Sèvres. First presented at the London World's Fair. In Meissen, the chemist Dr. J. Hinze invented the process in 1878, presented at the Munich arts and crafts exhibition in 1888 and the world Exhibition in Chicago in 1893.

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Allemagne - 13127 - berlin
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