Pair of French Biscuit Porcelain decorative Louis XV Vases and Pedestals, Mid 18th Century
Standing on a round, fluted foot a pear-shaped vase with two c-scroll side handles, the upper rim showing a gadroon-shaped openwork. The base of the features a lancet leaf frieze, de shoulder of the vase is decorated with a c-scroll garland and a rocaille motif on the front and back of the vase. Freehand shaped flower garlands hang from the top of the handles on each side of the vases. Each vase comes together with a separate small round hollow pedestal. Made of white biscuit porcelain.
Condition: min. wear consistent with age and use, min. losses of foliage, min. kiln cracks, min. chips – detailed condition report on request