An exceptionally well cast French Sevres Porcelain and Gilt-Bronze and Champleve Enamel Ormolu Twin Handled Circular Footed Tazza of museum quality, and unusually large proportions, possible from the third quarter of the nineteenth century. Signed indistinctively lower right.
The central reserve with hand painted decoration depicting an elegant Lady and a winged Cherub standing beside a lake, within a raised lavish gilt surround.
The decorative gilt bronze champleve enamel frame with imposing twin scrolling handles raised on three unusual lavish cast paw feet with similar champleve decoration.
Condition: Good untouched condition with no wear to ormolu gilding, no restoration or losses. Base marks as shown on last image.
Width: (entire including handles) 16.25” (41.5cm). Height: .6” (15cm). Diameter: (of gilt frame) 11.25” (28.5cm).
Location: Dublin City, Ireland.
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