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North American Indian series. Shoshone. Hand painted porcelain.
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Manufactured by: Cybis Porcelain
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Majolica Ewer for wine and water. Originally modeled by John Flaxman in 1775 after designs by Clodion. These are also known as TRITON and SATYR VASES; and "Sacred to Bacchus" (Satyr) and "Sacred to Neptune".
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Manufactured by: Wedgwood, J.
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Ewer for wine and water. Originally modeled by John Flaxman in 1775 after designs by Clodion. These are also known as TRITON and SATYR VASES; and "Sacred to Bacchus" (Satyr) and "Sacred to Neptune".
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Manufactured by: Wedgwood, J.
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Blue, sage green and white jasper plaque, white figures on green background with blue border
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Manufactured by: Wedgwood, J.
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Sadie has an Armand Marseille bisque head with brown hair and blue eyes. She is wearing a black and white silk dolman-style jacket with black braid time over a black skirt with a bottom ruffle. With these, she wears a white lace jabot with a standing lace collar and bow tie and a black and gold hat with willow plumes. No info on shoes or stockings. The female silhouette began to change somewhat this year, largely due to the rise of the second great French couturier, Paul Poiret. Poiret began his career as an apprentice to Charles Worth, and then...
Created by: Gray, Ruth Lewelling
Manufactured by: Armand Marseilles
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There is no information on Marys birth or her parents in the canonical Gospels. However, the apocryphal Gospel of St. James contains the story of her parents, Joachim and Anne. Legend held that St. Anne taught her to read and sew, an image that become particularly popular in Renaissance and Baroque art. Fragonard was a French painter and printer who was one of the key figures of Rococo, the late Baroque period. Born to a glover, he showed artistic promise early and studied with both Jean Chardin and Francois Boucher. In 1752, despite not being an Academy pupil, Fragonard won...
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7 inches long
Created by: Dowler, David
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5 inches high, 14-1/2 inches long
Created by: Houston, James
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5 inches high, 15-1/2 inches long
Created by: Houston, James
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Salome has an Armand Marseille bisque head with brown hair and brown eyes. By 1820, the neo-classical style was over. Sleeves and skirts both became very full. Sleeves moved toward what was called the gigot style, the upper portion very full, but becoming tighter below the elbow. As skirts became more bell-shaped, corsets and also a small version of the bustle came back into style. The new shape of the skirt also led some women to begin to adopt drawers for warmth and modesty. Colors tended to be brighter and livelier than in the empire style. Therefore, Salome is wearing a yellow printed cotton underskirt under...
Created by: Gray, Ruth Lewelling
Manufactured by: J.D. Kester
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