This beautiful copper and bronze flowerpot in the Louis XVI style is of great decorative value. The circular body is made of red copper with dinandier work. The hollow columns and hammered foliage are of two different sizes. The bronze decorations are in relief. They are composed of garlands and foliage scrolls. Two medallions on opposite sides represent Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette. Each one is oval, circled with pearls, surmounted by a knot. This beautiful planter rests on four clog feet. It is elegant and without ostentation. Moreover, the marriage of the red of the copper and the golden colour of the bronze gives it the charm of an ancient and refined object. The side sockets represent the heads of rams.
Good general condition, with some wear and tear.
This Louis XVI style copper and bronze flowerpot is of a great technical mastery. The quality of the chasing is perfectly adapted to the reception of a plant or flowers. The raw materials, copper and bronze do not have silver or gold covers. One will notice that they are elegant without ostentation. Moreover, this side without unnecessary overload enhances the plants presented in this beautiful copper and bronzeflowerpot of Louis XVI style.
With the development of ecological awareness, there is a growing interest in plants in Europe and other parts of the world. They are an integral part of the interior decoration of apartments and properties. This beautiful copper and bronze flowerpot in the Louis XVI style, characteristic of French taste, will seduce both the American continent and Asian countries. Testament to the quality of the master craftsmen of the decorative arts under Napoleon III, it represents French excellence in this field. Its purchaser will be able to integrate it as well in a contemporary decoration as in a classic interior. Whatever the generation, its charm and its technical mastery will give a personal and convivial touch to the place that will welcome it.
Acquiring this beautiful Louis XVI style flowerpot, decorated with these beautiful ornaments, is to enhance your living space. It is at the same time showing its interest in nature, sustainable development and recognizing the know-how of the craftsmen of previous generations, in this case those of the 19th century.