Louis XV ink stand with Chinese lacquer plate and porcelain with a Meissen pagoda, Paris, around 1750. Photo courtesy Röbbig München
The lacquer, China, beginning of the 18th century – The Böttger porcelain pagoda, Meissen, circa 1725 – The ormolu mounts, Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750 – The softpaste porcelain flowers, Vincennes, circa 1750. H. 25 cm, w. 44 cm, d. 33 cm. Price on request.
Highly representative objects placed on writing desks were often made of precious and rare materials. The blanc de chine porcelain bowls and the Meissen 18th century pagoda mounted between two bronze candlesticks and branches with small french porcelain flowers were assembled in Paris together with a japanned lacquer plate on four feet dating from around 1700.
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