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Vase, Feuille d'Eau, figural decoration by Paul Marie Roussel (1804-1877), ornament designed by Emile Renard,...

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Vase, Feuille d'Eau, figural decoration by Paul Marie Roussel (1804-1877), ornament designed by Emile Renard, 1858-1862 (porcelain with gilt bronze mounts)
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Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (1756-present) / French
Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA
porcelain with gilt bronze mounts
h:54.60 w:27.30 d:25.70 cms
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Feuille d'Eau means "waterleaf" and refers to the name given to the shape of this vase at the Sèvres factory. In English, waterleaf is the common name for a plant with bell-shaped flowers. The term is also applied to a stylized plant motif used in Graeco-Roman ornament. This vase was exhibited by the Sèvres firm at the International Exhibition held in London in 1862. figural paintings signed obverse and reverse: "PMROUSSEL INV & PIN"

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