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Art Nouveau Pottery163 of 401art nouveau / jugendstil butterfly amphoraButtressed French Vase Signed Georges Bourgeot
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    My eyes tell me it`s Royal Dux, but the base tells me otherwise, possibly early Capo Dimonte, around 1900 or so ?
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    1. Manikin Manikin, 7 years ago
      Is she porcelain ? Looks more like a resin hard to tell by photo. Very beautiful . Stamp to my eyes looks like a look a like stamp to mimic Capo Dimonte. Hopefully someone will be able to tell for sure for you .
    2. shiningtree, 7 years ago
      not resin, I know my porcelain, like I said, it looks all Royal Dux but obviously not. Too good to be a copy or mimic.
    3. shiningtree, 7 years ago
      One other thing, the square holes to the left rear suggests a date around 1900 / 1910
    4. Manikin Manikin, 7 years ago
      Just asking photo's are sometimes hard to tell vs holding the piece . I don't see any square holes ?
    5. shiningtree, 7 years ago
      To the left behind the figure, on the shell
    6. halfliquid, 7 years ago
      During the last quarter of the 1800's Ernst Bohne Söhne, Thuringia liked to use crown N marks similar to yours.

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