A PARIS PORCELAIN TEMPLE-FORM TABLE ORNAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO DARTE FRÈRES . Attributed to Darte Frères, Paris, France, circa 1...
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Attributed to Darte Frères, Paris, France, circa 1810
16 inches high x 11-1/4 inches diameter (40.6 x 28.6 cm)
The Jean and Graham Devoe Williford Charitable Trust
The table ornament with gilt dome having applied porcelain garland, supported by columns each with an eagle on a pediment above the further inset double painted porcelain cylindrical columns, raised on a circular base with painted band of stylized foliate.
Condition Report*:The temple-form ornament presents well having repairs and inpainting throughout, breaks and losses to columns, and one column absent.
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