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- Dimensions height: 24 cm
- ID no. FZRS/16
- Availability private collection
- Collector Katarzyna Sosenko / Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation
- Object copyright Katarzyna Sosenko
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project
This porcelain vase takes the form of a cup-shaped urn with holes in the lid. The dish is designed for making compositions from dried flowers. Its large, hemispherical body rests on a multi-stage stand with a circular cross-section, based on a square with bevelled corners.more
This porcelain vase takes the form of a cup-shaped urn with holes in the lid. The dish is designed for making compositions from dried flowers. Its large, hemispherical body rests on a multi-stage stand with a circular cross-section, based on a square with bevelled corners. At the top, the body turns into a wide, grooved neck, with gilded ornaments, topped by a dome with a handle in the form of a bunch of grapes. The vessel is richly decorated with paintings and relief forms shaped in a mass of porcelain. The edges of the base, the stand and the body, as well as the contours of acanthus leaves decorating the lid, are gilded. The fluting is highlighted by a gilded ornament consisting of floral tendrils and a string of laurel leaves in the fluting’s grooves, as well as on the edge surrounding the fluting. The vessel is decorated with a colourful, hand-painted composition of flower bouquets. The paintings on the glass have been made skilfully and accurately.
Elaborated by Katarzyna Sosenko (Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation), Editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums,
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Poland License.