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Perfume Bottle by Royal Worchester

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  • Perfume Bottle by Royal Worchester
United Kingdom 1887 H5.6cm
This is a very rare piece that was made to commemorate the 50th year of the reign of Queen Victoria. The front has a profile of the queen, and the rear has a flower pattern in the enter with a ribbon indicating the names of the colonies of India, Australia and Canada. The stopper is silver plated.

Potpourri Receptacle by Crown Derby

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  • Potpourri Receptacle by Crown Derby
United Kingdom 1895 H15cm
Potpourri receptacle with golden trim and flower design. It has a chinoiserie character made by Crown Derby, one of the renowned pottery works of England. It is modeled on Ching Dynasty ceramics and lacquer ware, with a body motif consisting of framed Chinese-style flower and bird patterns. A golden arabesque design is applied to the borders and the lid, further accentuating the oriental image.

Silver Perfume Bottle with Inlaid Onyx

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  • Silver Perfume Bottle with Inlaid Onyx
France 19th Century H5.3cm
An example of metal carving in the art nouveau style. This elegant portable perfume bottle is embellished with the curvilinear silverwork and onyx inlay that was fashionable in France in the 19th Century.

Cut Glass Perfume Bottle with Telescope

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  • Cut Glass Perfume Bottle with Telescope
France 1820 H6cm
An unusual piece consisting of a wheel-shaped cut glass bottle with an inlaid two-stage telescope. The stopper is made of gold-plated silver. A woman who owned such a perfume bottle would probably have worn it as a pendant.

Potpourri Receptacle by Limoges Champlevè

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  • Potpourri Receptacle by Limoges Champlevè
France Late 18th - Early 19th Century W15.5cm
The body of the receptacle is Limoges Champlevè (similar to cloisonnè but without the paritions) decorated with a Boucher-style banquet scene, while the pedestal and lid are of Chinise-style clay cloisonnè. This piece was probably made from the Late 18th Century to the Early 19th Century when chinoiserie was popular.