19th Century Ferdinand Barbedienne Gilt Bronze and Cloisonné Enamel Tazza Dish
Artwork by Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Tazza Dish
The enamel work has an Oriental decorative style with ottoman/ middle estern motifs
The tazza / dish is supported by a nicely detailed Griffin
Stamped Ferdinand Barbedienne
Born in 1810, Ferdinand Barbedienne started at n°30 boulevard Poissonnière in Paris one of the most famous 19th century artistic bronze casting companies. He died in 1892. In addition to his personal production, he worked for famous artists such as Auguste Clésinger (1814-1883), Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887) and Louis Barrias (1841-1905 At the London Universal Exhibition of 1862 Barbedienne exhibited some cloisonné enamel works, which were for most of them designed by Constant Sévin, and won medals in three different categories : Furniture, Silversmith work and Artistic bronzes, combining for some pieces with enamels (Oriental style cup, Château de Compiègne, Inv. C 71-122). Barbedienne’s production was always highly esteemed and he was, himself admired by contemporary art critics who compared him during the 1878 Universal Exhibition to a prince of industry and the king of bronze-casting.
Historic repair where the Griffins head meets the dish (fully secure). Minor losses to the blue enamel on the base
Height: 17 cm / 6.5 inches
Width: 18 cm / 7 inches
Weight: 1.4 kg
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