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A Ginori maiolica pilgrim flask and stopper, circa 1870-80

A Ginori maiolica pilgrim flask and stopper, circa 1870-80

an english turquoise-ground pilgrim flask enameled with flowers,

an english turquoise-ground pilgrim flask enameled with flowers,

Pilgrim bottle

French Pilgrim flask at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Pilgrim flasks were called as such because they had the same shape as the canteens and water bottles carried by Medieval pilgrims on their travels.

A Chelsea gilt-metal mounted scent bottle and stopper in the form of a monkey and its young, circa 1755 modelled sat on its haunches wearing a basket on its back filled with flowers from which rises its young, it's chained detachable head forming the stopper upon a small mound base painted with flower sprigs and larger spray to the underside, with gilt-dentil border modeller Charles Gouyne  ?  co  founder of Chelsea with Nicholas Sprimont both were  Huguenot Refugees

A Chelsea gilt-metal mounted scent bottle and stopper in the form of a monkey and its young, circa 1755

Ensemble for chocolate - Paquier period (1718–1744), te: 1735–40, Austrian, Vienna, Hard-paste porcelain, gold, glass, Dimensions: Tray (confirmed): 8 1/2 x 5 3/8 x 3/4 in. (21.6 x 13.7 x 1.9 cm) Porcelain beaker (confirmed): 2 11/16 x 2 5/8 x 2 5/8 in. (6.8 x 6.7 x 6.7 cm) Glass beaker with cover: 4 1/4in. (10.8cm) Assembled height tray, beaker, cover (confirmed): 4 7/8 in. (12.4 cm)

This ensemble shows the close collaboration between Du Paquier and Viennese goldsmiths. The painted decoration frames the gold mounts, and the classical heads on the gold trembleuse galleries are echoed in the beakers’ design

Imperial Porcelain Manufactory (Vienna, 1744–1864). Goblet and saucer, 1804. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1894 (94.4.290, .291)

Goblet and saucer Imperial Porcelain Manufactory Austrian, Vienna Hard-paste porcelain Label: The panels of different colors that decorate this goblet and stand reflect the range of principal colors used by the Vienna factory

Scent Bottle and Box in the form of a Squirrel, c. 1760 England, late 18th century agate, gold diamonds and enamell | Cleveland Museum of Art

Scent Bottle and Box in the form of a Squirrel, c. 1760 England, late century agate, gold diamonds and enamell

A Chelsea Porcelain Scent Bottle and Stopper  circa 1755  modeled as a group of fish being pulled from a net, painted with a spray of flowers on the underside.

A Chelsea Porcelain Scent Bottle and Stopper circa 1755 modeled as a group of fish being pulled from a net, painted with a spray of flowers on the underside.

Scent bottle | Perfume | Pinterest | Cobre, Esmaltes y Frascos De ...

Scent Bottle Date: ca. 1760 Culture: English (South Staffordshire) Medium: Enamel on copper Frm bd: Perfume Bottles ~ English

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