SOLD! for $2,596.00.
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Pair French champleve enamel and gilded bronze vases, probably designed by Louis-Constant Sevin (French, 1821-1888), oriental floral champleve enamel decoration with gilt bronze stylized dragon mounts ending in animal paw supports. Both signed "F. Barbedienne" for Ferninand Barbedienne Foundry. 8 5/8" H. French, c. 1870. For similar item, see Covered Bowl, Carnegie Museum of Art, Accession Number 1999.49.3 A-B. Provenance: Private Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: No visible damage to cloisonne. Minor wear to gilding.