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This 144cm tall ornate vase was commissioned to decorate the Paris EXPO (Universal Exhibition) of 1900, though this particular model was cast in 1904 to be installed at the Cours-la-Reine. Two artists took to the work under the authorship of the Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres, one of the principal European porcelain manufacturies. Sculptor Alfred Boucher (1850-1934, an example of his other work can be
) designed the three figurative nymphs. Ceramicist Alexandre Sandier designed the surmounting vase and realised the piece in ceramic and Alexander Dubois mass-produced it.
The work depicts three nymphs, mythological spirits of nature imagined as beautiful maidens who inhabited rivers and woods, surrounding a vase typical of Troyes.
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