Pair of eggshaped vases on squares, Frédéric Faber in Brussels

(Circa 1830)


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Charming pair of eggshaped vases with painted Italian landscapes on both sides and the uniqueness of standing on porcelain square bases also decorated with landscapes. Fine gilding and handles as fruit baskets. Very decorative

Size: H 36cm – base: 9 cm x 9 cm

Manufactory of Ixelles, Frédéric Faber in Brussels

Lit: Frédéric Faber and Charles Christophe Windish associated their know-hows and created the Manufactory of XL I in 1824. Windish was fantastic creator and drawer of porcelain models. Faber was a genius painter on porcelain. Their collaboration will enable Brussels to compete with the best manufacturers in Europe. Nevertheless, their roads separated at Belgian independence around 1830. Faber’s son, Henri, will take over the manufacture and work in the spirit of this father.


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