Pair of hard-paste porcelain vases, with six sides in the shape called "bouteille de Gramont", with a high neck narrowed at the level of the body, with flambé glazed decoration in oxblood-mauve-purple tones. The mount in gilt-bronze, the handles decorated with satyr heads whose horns are extended by twisted ribbons.
Good overall condition, slight restorations to the neck of one of the vases, one end of a ribbon restored.
By Sèvres National Manufactory, 1892.
Manufacturing mark with green stamp dated (18)90, decoration mark with red stamp dated (18)92.
The mount signed under the base "escalier de Cristal, Paris".
H. 26 cm.
A covered baluster porcelain vase by Haviland in Limoges, with very similar flambé decoration signed by Ernest Chaplet, mounted in chiseled gilt-bronze with decoration on the handles of goats heads by the "Escalier de Cristal Paris", with original label on the reverse, h. 79 cm, circa 1900, sold at Aguttes, November 26, 2008, lot 3.