Pair of porcelain vases with pink grounds and reserves with Chinese court scenes. Motifs inspired by those of the "famille rose" in China. Covers rimmed with git bronze and laurel leaf motifs and similar bases.
Samson Manufacture, 19th century
Notes: Samson started his career making services and established replacement pieces from the 1830's. In 1845, he opened the ceramic company, Samson, Edmé and Co. on 7 rue Vendôme in Paris ( later on, rue Béranger) , with the intention of supplying ceramic reproductions of pieces exhibited in museums and private collections.  The factory was moved to Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis in 1864 by the son Samson, Emile Samson (1837-1913). The company drew its inspiration from other companies, or directly copied their pieces  18th century drawings from factories such as Meissen, Sèvres, Chelsea, Worcester and Derby were among the reproductions produced by Samson, Edmé and Co., as well as other drawings from large European factories.
Heights : 38 cm (14.9 in.) - Diameters : 23 cm (9 in.)
Condition report :
- Item(s) quantity: 1
- Height in cm : 38 cm
- Width in cm : 23 cm
- Depth in cm : 23 cm
- Expertissim Reference: 2015061137