A pair of urns
A pair of urns (French, 18th century) made by the Veuve Perrin Factory, Marseilles, France. The urns have a slightly flared opening lip above and open lattice band. Their bodies are decorated with laurel swags above a floral bouquet on the front and scattered floral sprigs on the reverse in a palette of blue, yellow, pink, green, and purple against a white ground. The urns have scroll handles on either side and the fluted pedestal bases are raised on square plinths decorated with marbleized designs. The underside is marked in black with a conjoined “VP.”
15.5" x 5.75" x 5.75"
Gift of Mrs. Beverly Gonsalves from the Estate of Mrs. Aeriel F. Eweson, 2006.
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