BLEU CELESTE SEVRES VASES SHIMMER AT SELKIRK’S AUCTION

ST LOUIS, MO. –

 

A pair of Sevres lidded vases from the collection of Gerry Kessler, St Louis, highlighted the October 12 auction at Selkirk’s gallery.

 

The pair of Bleu Celeste crown-form, gilt-highlighted vessels from the late Nineteenth to the early Twentieth Century sold for $3,240.

 

Each standing 20¾ inches high, they have a band of “oeil-de-perdrix,” or partridge-eye beading, topping over the painted walls representing the four seasons and terminating in gilt leaf relief on conical footing mounted to brass socle. 

 

For information,

314-696-9041 or www.selkirkauctions.com.

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