Console in moulded and carved white marble;...

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Console in moulded and carved white marble;...

Console in moulded and carved white marble; the rectangular top with recessed corners rests on two uprights with foliated shoulders supported by moulded quadrangular bases.
Around 1950, attributable to the Jansen House.
H: 99 - W: 175 - D: 42 cm
A set of Anduze
vases Probably created at the end of the reign of Louis XIV in Anduze in the Gard, the so-called "Anduze vases" are essentially known by the production of a particularly active manufactory in the 18th and 19th centuries: La Maison Boisset, heir to the Maison Gautier. This factory, still in operation today, specialises in the manufacture of outdoor vases with a characteristic bell tower shape and glazed terracotta decoration more or less directly inspired by the large orange or lemon vases produced in Tuscany at the same time. The composition, with a short moulded pedestal and a rumen underlining or punctuated with nets, garlands and escutcheons or medallions in the name of the Maison Boisset, is particularly elegant; the original jaspered decoration is obtained during cooking and gives the Anduze vases a great variation of colours and nuances, drawing for the most classic ones on yellow, green and brown. The vases we propose were made in the 19th century and bear all the trademarks of the Maison Boisset, its partners or successors, certainly the most famous factory installed and active in Anduze for nearly four centuries. Nowadays, among the "Boisset" vases known and recently sold on the Art Market, let us mention in particular: a first pair sold in Paris, Maîtres Beaussant-Lefèvre, Hôtel Drouot, on 12 October 2012, lot 238; as well as a vase auctioned at Fontainebleau, Maître Osenat, on 25 June 2017, lot 225; finally, let us mention a last pair which was part of the Artcurial auction, Paris, on 30 April 2013, lot 97.
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