GALERIE NICOLAS FOURNERY

A Chinese blue and white rocaille stand. Qianlong period

Modelled in rococo style after a Höchst faience original and decorated with sprays of European flowers.

Country:
China, possibly for the German market
Period :
Qianlong (1735-1795), circa 1770
Material:
Porcelain
Dimension:
15.55 in. / 13.18 in. (39.5 cm / 33.5 cm)
Reference :
C603
Price:
2200 dollars (US)
Status:
available

Related works

For a complete tureen, cover and stand, see Cohen & Cohen, Soldier Soldier, 2003, p. 45, no. 22.

Notice

Originally derived from a silver form called en baroque thought actually rococo, it was first copied in Strasbourg faience by Paul Hannong and then copied by Ignatz Hess at Höchst.

By appointment only, 10th arrondissement, Paris.
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