Antique Green and White Porcelain Bowl with Pink Flowers Gold Accents and Embossed Details
I have myself a still unsatisfied appetite for green: eucalyptus, celadon, tourmaline, and apple. William S. Wilson
Here it is! The antique porcelain bowl that contains all the shades of the color green! Or at least six of them anyway. As far as shades go they run the gamut from the subtle to the bold and can best be described in this way... mint, sage, olive, celadon, teal and Mediterranean sea green. The flowers in the bouquets are equally enchanting and include the colors pink, yellow, raspberry and grey, making this whole ensemble a feast of all shades bright and beautiful.
The things we love most about antique decorative bowls like this are their unique swatches of color and their artistic, unapologetic, flamboyant flair. Although there is no maker's mark on the back, this bowl most likely was made in Europe, dating somewhere between the early 1900's -1920s, based on its color palette and embossed designs. Accented with gold detailing around the rim and dotted on the flower petals, this bowl captures the light in such a beautiful way.
- Gold Accents
- Unique Design
In beautiful condition. No chips or cracks. Some minor rub marks on the gold splatter marks along the rim.
Measures 9.75" inches (diameter) x 2.5" inches (height) and weighs 1.5lbs
This bowl is a beauty on its own or in a collection. It looks especially enchanting with these other similarly shaded pieces...