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Old Paris Base, France, c.1870.

Old Paris Porcelain, or as the French say, Vieux Paris Porcelain, refers not to a single manufacturer, but to more than thirty makers located in the city of Paris between the mid 1700's until around 1875. This was probably a pedestal for a porcelain clock, but would make an ideal, and unique, stand for any number of treasures! It has minor rubbing to some of the gold, typical of normal wear from dusting. Most Old Paris is unmarked, making this piece unusual. It bears the makers mark of TINET, and their address of Rue du Bac (in Montreuil-sous-bois, a suburb in Paris).

7.5 long.
5.5 deep.
4.5 tall.

$ 200.00

Old Paris Base, France, c.1870.

Old Paris Porcelain, or as the French say, Vieux Paris Porcelain, refers not to a single manufacturer, but to more than thirty makers located in the city of Paris between the mid 1700's until around 1875. This was probably a pedestal for a porcelain clock, but would make an ideal, and unique, stand for any number of treasures! It has minor losses to some of the gold, typical of normal wear from dusting. Most Old Paris is unmarked, making this piece unusual. It bears the makers mark of TINET, and their address of Rue du Bac (in Montreuil-sous-bois, a suburb in Paris).

7.5 long.
5.5 deep.
4.5 tall.

$ 200.00

Old Paris Base, France, c.1870.

Old Paris Porcelain, or as the French say, Vieux Paris Porcelain, refers not to a single manufacturer, but to more than thirty makers located in the city of Paris between the mid 1700's until around 1875. This was probably a pedestal for a porcelain clock, but would make an ideal, and unique, stand for any number of treasures! It has minor losses to some of the gold, typical of normal wear from dusting. Most Old Paris is unmarked, making this piece unusual. It bears the makers mark of TINET, and their address of Rue du Bac (in Montreuil-sous-bois, a suburb in Paris).

7.5 long.
5.5 deep.
4.5 tall.

$ 200.00

Old Paris Base, France, c.1870.

Old Paris Porcelain, or as the French say, Vieux Paris Porcelain, refers not to a single manufacturer, but to more than thirty makers located in the city of Paris between the mid 1700's until around 1875. This was probably a pedestal for a porcelain clock, but would make an ideal, and unique, stand for any number of treasures! It has minor losses to some of the gold, typical of normal wear from dusting. Most Old Paris is unmarked, making this piece unusual. It bears the makers mark of TINET, and their address of Rue du Bac (in Montreuil-sous-bois, a suburb in Paris).

7.5 long.
5.5 deep.
4.5 tall.

$ 200.00