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Manufacture royale de porcelaine de Berlin

“Borghese”-shaped Vase Adorned with Cartouches Imitating Micromosaics: Landscape with Roman Ruins and The Temple of Hercules in Cori, near Velletri

Artist

Manufacture royale de porcelaine de Berlin
Berlin, founded in 1763

Title

“Borghese”-shaped Vase Adorned with Cartouches Imitating Micromosaics: Landscape with Roman Ruins and The Temple of Hercules in Cori, near Velletri

Date

Between 1823 and 1832

Materials

Hard-paste porcelain

Dimensions

80.5 cm (h.), 33.8 cm (diam.)

Credits

Gift of Mrs. T.T. McG. Stoker, inv. 1937.Dp.2

Collection

Decorative Arts and Design

This work has been restored thanks to a generous gift from François Schubert in memory of his wife Marie Pineau.

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