Miscellaneous French Ceramics (1800s on) Photos

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Porcelain sugar bowl by Dihl et Guérhard Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Card table from Philadelphia with porcelain dessert coolers by Dihl & Guérhard of Paris at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Porcelain covered cup painted with Death of General Wolfe after Benjamn West from Nyon at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Porcelain cup & saucer by Halley workshop of Paris at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.
Porcelain sugar bowl (c1785) by Dihl et Guérhard Manuf. (aka Manuf. Duke of Angoulême) at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Card table (1810-25) from Philadelphia with porcelain dessert coolers (1800-5) by Dihl & Guérhard of Paris at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Porcelain covered cup painted with Death of General Wolfe after Benjamn West (1795-1800) from Nyon at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Porcelain cup & saucer (c1810) by Halley workshop of Paris at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.
Porcelain coffee pot with arms of Vallesa et Filippa Martiniana of Turin from Nyon at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Ceramic Chinese-style tray marked D.V. at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic Chinese-style cup & saucer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Snuff box with symbol of Napoleon at Cabildo Museum. New Orleans, LA.
Porcelain coffee pot with arms of Vallesa et Filippa Martiniana of Turin (c1790) from Nyon at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Ceramic Chinese-style tray marked D.V. (prob. by Duke of Villeroy, Mennecy) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic Chinese-style cup & saucer (prob. by Duke of Villeroy, Mennecy) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Snuff box (19th C) with symbol of Napoleon at Cabildo Museum. New Orleans, LA.
Porcelain pitcher & basin by Porcelaine de Paris at Beaux-Arts Museum. Lyon, France.French porcelain at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.French porcelain individual tea service at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Piece from Marquis de Biencourt's Paris porcelain table service from Perier & Feuillet Manuafactory in dining room at Château d'Azay-le-Rideau. Azay-le-Rideau, France.
Porcelain pitcher & basin (1st-half 19thC) by Porcelaine de Paris at Beaux-Arts Museum. Lyon, France.French porcelain at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.French porcelain individual tea service at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Piece from Marquis de Biencourt's Paris porcelain table service from Perier & Feuillet Manuafactory in dining room at Château d'Azay-le-Rideau. Azay-le-Rideau, France.
Porcelain flowerpot with polychrome & gold decoration by Darte Brothers of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain cups & saucers by Bastien & Bugeard of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain coffee & tea service from France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Mostly French-made earthenware at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain flowerpot with polychrome & gold decoration (1825-40) by Darte Brothers of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain cups & saucers (1830-50) by Bastien & Bugeard of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain coffee & tea service (1835-50) from France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Mostly French-made earthenware (1840s-90s) at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain color palette by Colville at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain vase by Pratt et Cie. at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic ewer in form of wolf's head emerging from rustic wood by Charles-Joseph Landais of Tours, France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic table centerpiece in form of rock with snakes & other creatures by Charles-Jean Avisseau of Tours, France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Porcelain color palette (1850) by Colville (shown Paris Exposition 1855) at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain vase (1851) by Pratt et Cie. (shown London Exposition 1851) at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic ewer in form of wolf's head emerging from rustic wood (1860-70) by Charles-Joseph Landais of Tours, France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic table centerpiece in form of rock with snakes & other creatures (1860) by Charles-Jean Avisseau of Tours, France (shown Paris Expo 1867) at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Porcelain bust of Charles Garnier by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux at Angers Fine Arts Museum. Angers, France.Ceramic pitcher with cover from Blois at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.Ceramic titans planter by Auguste Rodin & Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse for Faïencerie de Choisy-le-Roi at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate painted with peacock feathers by Auguste Delaherche of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Porcelain bust of Charles Garnier (after 1869) by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux at Angers Fine Arts Museum. Angers, France.Ceramic pitcher with cover (1876) from Blois at Blois Chateau. Blois, France.Ceramic titans planter (c1877) by Auguste Rodin & Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse for Faïencerie de Choisy-le-Roi at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate painted with peacock feathers (c1887-93) by Auguste Delaherche of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Ceramic vase painted with peacock feathers by Auguste Delaherche of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic vase "fruit devoured by an animal" by Pierre-Adrin Dalpayrat at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Buire Chrysanthemums by Auguste Delaherche with gilded silver top by Maison Boin et Taburet of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic combat vase by Auguste Rodin & Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse for Faïencerie de Choisy-le-Roi at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Ceramic vase painted with peacock feathers (c1889) by Auguste Delaherche of Paris (shown Paris Expo 1889) at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic vase "fruit devoured by an animal" (c1893-4) by Pierre-Adrin Dalpayrat at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Buire Chrysanthemums (vase in shape of jug, with a spout & handle) (c1894) by Auguste Delaherche with gilded silver top by Maison Boin et Taburet of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic combat vase (c1894-5) by Auguste Rodin & Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse for Faïencerie de Choisy-le-Roi at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Ceramic vase with mascarons & putti by Isidore de Rudder at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Detail of ceramic vase with mascarons & putti by Isidore de Rudder at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic vase by Hector Guimard & Edmond Lachenal at Petit Palace Museums. Paris, France.Multicolor French pitcher with abstract handle at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Ceramic vase with mascarons & putti (c1895) by Isidore de Rudder at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Detail of ceramic vase with mascarons & putti (c1895) by Isidore de Rudder at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic vase (c1898-9) by Hector Guimard & Edmond Lachenal at Petit Palace Museums. Paris, France.Multicolor French pitcher with abstract handle (late 19thC) at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Enamelled plate from France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic vase by Pierre-Adrin Dalpayrat at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic tea service by Madeleine Bénézech for Manuf. Choisy-le-Roi at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic vase in silver mount by Maurice Dufrêne; Pierre Adrien Dalpayrat; Lucien Bonvallet; & Ernest Cardeilhac of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Enamelled plate (c1887-94) from France at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic vase by Pierre-Adrin Dalpayrat (shown Paris Expo 1900) at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic tea service (1899-1900) by Madeleine Bénézech for Manuf. Choisy-le-Roi at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Ceramic vase in silver mount (c1899-1900) by Maurice Dufrêne; Pierre Adrien Dalpayrat; Lucien Bonvallet; & Ernest Cardeilhac of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Art Nouveau porcelain water pitcher with silver & ivory mounts by Eugène & Octave Lelièvre at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Woman with monkey ceramic & bronze sculpture by Camille Alaphilippe at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic pot by Auguste Delaherche of Paris with silver cover by Charles Rivaud at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Vase in form of rattle chalice flower with moth by Gabriel & Yvonne Bernadou of Saint-Augustin at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Art Nouveau porcelain water pitcher with silver & ivory mounts (1905) by Eugène & Octave Lelièvre at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Woman with monkey ceramic & bronze sculpture (1908) by Camille Alaphilippe at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic pot (c1910-14) by Auguste Delaherche of Paris with silver cover by Charles Rivaud at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Vase in form of rattle (Rhinanthus) chalice flower with moth (1914) by Gabriel & Yvonne Bernadou of Saint-Augustin at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Four ceramic plates which together map coasts of France by Colette Gueden for Manuf. de Lunéville at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.


Four ceramic plates which together map coasts of France (c1935) by Colette Gueden for Manuf. de Lunéville at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.



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