Pair of 19th Century French Painted Faience Barbotine Vases from Thomas Sergent
These elegant antique Majolica vases were crafted in France, circa 1870. Attributed to the French artist Thomas Sergent (1830-1890), each tall vessel dressed with carved woman figure handles, stands on a round base and features high relief medallions of love birds on branches on both sides. The colorful urns are in good condition and flaunt soft colors in the blue, green and yellow palette (Old airline crack on one underside base, but not visible from the front; see last picture). Place these important vases on a buffet or a console for the ultimate country French look! Thomas-Victor Sergent, (1830-1890) was a French artist and ceramist, and an important member of the School of Paris; in 1870, he established his studio and shop south of Paris. Throughout his career, he participated at several International exhibitions in London, Vienna and Amsterdam. He was mainly known for his platters, vases and tobacco jars. Measures: 12.5″ diameter 22.5″ height.
|Dimensions||12.5" W x 12.5" D x 22.5" H|