French Golden Paris Porcelain Pierced Basket 19th Century Circa 1840


This elegant Paris Porcelain pierced basket is oval shaped, with lavishly gilded latticework.
The Empire style is timeless, and the latticework of the baskets lends delicacy and light to the design.
The white line across the top of the base accentuates the richness of the gold, adding a touch of intensity to the overall design.
The long rectangular base of the basket harmonizes with its oval shape, creating a pleasing visual balance.
Filled with flowers, this is the perfect centerpiece for a formal dining room table, either oval shaped or rectangular.
It would also be exquisite on a sideboard in the dining room.

Dimensions: 13.75″ long x 7.5″ wide x 10.75″ tall. The basket is 4.75″ deep.

Condition: Very Good, with some gilt invisibly restored

In stock

Background of Paris Porcelain

Old Paris porcelain, or Vieux Paris, was produced by numerous private factories clustered around the French capital and was known for its gilded opulence. The time frame for the production of Paris Porcelain extends from the late 18th century up to the 1870s.
While most pieces are unmarked, their quality and style are unmistakable, making them highly sought after by collectors and connoisseurs of fine porcelain.

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Additional information

Dimensions 13.5 × 9.5 in


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