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A French Chinoiserie style gilt-bronze and Chinese famille rose porcelain mounted rosewood cabinet Paris, circa 1895, most porcelain plaques circa 1865-1870 -

Cabinet Martin Carlin  (French, near Freiburg im Breisgau ca. 1730–1785 Paris) Factory: Porcelain plaques by Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present) Decorator: Plaques painted by Jean-Baptiste Tandart (active 1754–1800) Maker: Plaques gilded by Jean-Pierre Boulanger (1722–1785, active 1754–85) Maker: and Cyprien-Julien Hirel de Choisy (active 1770–1812) Date: ca. 1775–80 Culture: French (Paris and Sèvres)

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Vase hollandois The vase hollandois was designed for growing plants or bulbs. Porcelain flowers were sometimes substituted for living plants in the vase hollandois. Sèvres porcelain factory circa 1757 Soft paste porcelain, green and white ground and gilded decoration Royal Collection ©

Attributed to Gerard Dagly of Berlin, c. 1690; the stands attributed to James Moore c. 1720 The cabinets japanned white with polychrome and gilt decoration; the stands gilt wood

George A. Schastey & Co. (1873–97). Chair from the William Clark House, Newark, New Jersey, 1881-2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Collection of Marco Polo Stufano and the Late John H. Nally | This work is featured in the “Artistic Furniture of the Gilded Age” exhibition, on view through May 1, 2016. #GildedAgeFurniture | Dish Place of origin: China (made) Date: 1787 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Porcelain painted in enamels and gilt