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Aesthetic Movement porcelain urn-shaped vase, painted in the Japanese taste by Charles Labarre, now wired as a lamp. Overall lilac "crystalline" glaze ground with a hand-painted image of a Geisha, standing on a platform flanked by pine trees and serving tea, signed lower right "Ch. Labarre". Additionally decorated with gilt medallions and gilt elephant head handles and raised on a pierced gilt base. Vase: 17" H. Overall: 23" H. Late 19th century. Note: Charles Labarre was a reknowned porcelain painter, working during the late 1800s at both Doulton Burslem and Sevres.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Pia Stratton, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: Base drilled, otherwise overall very good condition. Wired with contemporary wiring and functioning at the time of inspection.