Very Pleased to be Offering this Once-in-a lifetime Limoges France Hand Painted Porcelain jardiniere and claw foot stand. Fabulous, masterfully hand-painted pink roses by noted Master China Painter Pickard artist Thomas M. Jelinek. Hand signed "T.M. Jelinek" on jardiniere. Incredible detail, Spectacular display of talent as he painted this most magnificent work of Art. . The roses are painted in vivid colors and with prestige. I can’t say enough about the quality of this piece. Matching base has elements of the rose and leaves on each of the four panels. Each marked "J.P.L France" on both bases. which dates it from 1891. Thomas M. Jelinek" was born in Austria/Bohemia in 1877. Jelinek emigrated to the United States in 1885. Jelinek's style was largely naturalistic. He was very adept at roses and his early designs were very colorful. He went to work at the Stouffer studio about 1905 and stayed there through 1922.
Measures 12" tall on plinth base. Jardiniere measures approximately 12" at widest dimension. Rim of jardiniere measures 9" in diameter.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. There is some wear to the gold around the jardiniere rim, the rim of the base, and in a few places on the claw feet which is consistent with the age of the piece.. A rare opportunity to add such a tremendous piece of 19th Century Art to your most prestigious Antique Limoges porcelain collection.
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