Samson et Cie. (1830 - )


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Samson et Cie. (1830 - )

A Pair of Porcelain Figures of a Stag and Doe

FRANCE, Circa 1890

REF No. B70031

description

A Pair of Porcelain Figures of a Stag and Doe after Derby models, by Samson & Cie.

Each figure is raised on a Louis XVI-style gilt-bronze rococo base.

Stag
Height: 21cm / 8 inches
Width: 23 cm / 9 inches
Depth: 16 cm / 6 inches

Doe
Height: 14 cm / 6 inches
Width: 23 cm / 9 inches
Depth: 16 cm / 6 inches

maker

The French porcelain manufactory of Samson et Cie. was established by Edmé Samson (1810 - 1891) at 7, rue Vendôme (later rue Béranger) in Paris.
The firm specialised in re-creating important and rare porcelain from museums and private collections. In 1864, the factory was moved to Montreuil by Samson's son, Emile Samson (1837-1913).

Samson et Cie.

A Pair of Porcelain Figures of a Stag and Doe







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