This is an extremely fine example of antique Limoges porcelain, signed and dated by the artist on July 9th, 1914- marking the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the French National Constituent Assembly formed as the new legislative body just after the Storming of the Bastille.
Decorated in a private art studio in Touraine Province, France over one hundred years ago, with the Tressemann & Vogt deposé T&V stamp, this art nouveau biscuit jar is exceptionally unique. Influenced by the earlier European Arts and Crafts Movement, the hand painted yellow shaded jonquil and outlined block pattern upon grey gives this classical Limoges jar an important place in the history of French porcelain design.
Offered in perfect antique condition with no damage and very subtle wear of the gold, this is a collector's find certainly to ever increase in value.
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