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Seau À Champagne Porcelaine De Paris

Seau À Champagne Porcelaine De Paris

Bougie Parfumée Éléphant noir. Porcelaine de Limoges  24K Or  1-mèche  Mesures: 9cm x 13cm  Senteur: Champagne à la rose / Vetiver d'Orient  Durée de combustion: environ 35 heures. Prix : 95 €.

Reminiscent of keepsakes or discoveries found in a cabinet of curiosities, L'OBJET candles encapsulate fascination and craftsmanship, featuring: hand-sculpted finials, hand-gilded gold, and scents of Pink Champagne or Vetiver D'Orient.

Formal Table in French Style: Linen placemats, blue and white French porcelain edged in gold. French silver and etched crystal Champagne flûte with an old blue and white chinoiserie soup tureen.

An elegant table set in the French style. Blue and white French porcelain and French etched crystal (just love the Champagne flûte). A centerpiece of flowers arranged in a blue and white chinoiserie soup tureen.

Flower Vase, 1754-1755  Ceramic, Soft-paste porcelain with enamel, gilding, and glaze, Vincennes Porcelain (France, circa 1739 - 1756)

Flower Vase, 1754-1755 Ceramic, Soft-paste porcelain with enamel, gilding, and glaze, Vincennes Porcelain (France, circa 1739 - 1756)

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Superbe vase de Pierre Soulages réalisé par la Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres chez Artcurial

Pierre Soulages Vase - A unique piece made by Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres

My French Country Home, French Living - Sharon Santoni

Antiques dealer Pascale and Olivier have taken collecting and decorating with antiques to a whole new level, as they acquire, restore and decorate this beautiful century property, in Champagne country east of Paris.

Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour, also known as Madame de Pompadour (29 December 1721 – 15 April 1764, French pronunciation: ​[pɔ̃.pa.duːʁ]) was a member of the French court and was the official chief mistress of Louis XV from 1745 to her death.

Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, a. Madame de Pompadour 1721 by Maurice Quentin de La Tou. She was a member of the French court & official chief mistress of Louis XV. Madame de Pompadour: shown at the Paris Salon, 1755 (Louvre Museum)

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