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Capodimonte Furniture

Italian

If success is measured by lasting name recognition, Capodimonte porcelain would seem to be in the same league as such makers as Meissen, Sèvres and Wedgwood. Early examples of Capodimonte lamps — as well as the Italian manufacturer’s celebrated porcelain vases, figurines and sculptures — can be hard to come by, but the best later pieces possess the same over-the-top charm.

The Real Fabbrica (“royal factory”) di Capodimonte hasn’t actually produced porcelain since the early 19th century, when Charles’s son Ferdinand sold it. Although secondary manufacturers have built upon the aesthetic and kept the name alive, some connoisseurs of the royal product feel these pieces should be labeled “in the style of” Capodimonte.

The timeline of royal Capodimonte porcelain is decidedly brief. From beginning to end, its manufacture lasted approximately 75 years. King Charles VII of Naples, who founded the manufactory in 1743, began experimenting with porcelain around 1738, the year he married Maria Amalia of Saxony. No coincidence there. His new bride was the granddaughter of Augustus the Strong, Elector of Saxony and founder of Meissen, the first European hard-paste porcelain manufactory. Her dowry included 17 Meissen table services.

Struck by porcelain fever, Charles built a dedicated facility on top of a hill (capo di monte) overlooking Naples. He financed expeditions to search for the right clay. He hired chemists and artisans to experiment. His earliest successes were small white snuffboxes and vases, although efforts soon progressed to full sets of tableware, decorative objects and stylized figurines of peasants and theatrical personalities.

In 1759, Charles succeeded to the throne of Spain. He moved the manufactory with him — including 40 workers and 4 tons of clay — and continued operations in Madrid. Twelve years later, his son Ferdinand IV, who inherited the throne of Naples, built a new factory there that became known for distinctly rococo designs.

The Napoleonic wars interrupted production, and around 1807, oversight of the royal factories was transferred to a franchisee named Giovanni Poulard-Prad.

Beginning in the mid-18th century, porcelain made by Charles’s factory was stamped with a fleur-de-lis, usually in underglaze blue. Pieces from Ferdinand’s were stamped with a Neapolitan N topped by a crown. When secondary manufacturers began production, they retained this mark, in multiple variations. The value of these later 19th- and 20th-century pieces is determined by the quality, not the Capodimonte porcelain marks.

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Creator: Capodimonte
Pair Of Antique Capodimonte Italy High Relief Porcelain & Brass Table Lamps
By Capodimonte
Located in Fall River, MA
Add a touch of elegance to your living space with this beautiful pair of antique Capodimonte table lamps. Made in Italy, these lamps feature high relief porcelain and brass accents, ...
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Mid-20th Century Capodimonte Furniture

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Brass

Italian Floral Swan Centerpiece Bowl Cachepot
By Capodimonte
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Capodimonte porcelain is porcelain created by the Capodimonte porcelain manufactory, which operated in Naples, Italy, between 1743 and 1759. Capodimonte is one of the most revered fa...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Italian Porcelain Baby Boy Piano Figurine
By Capodimonte
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is an Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Baby Boy Piano Figurine. It depicts a joyful nude baby boy with blonde curly hair and large blue eyes laying do...
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

19th Century Capodimonte Petit Putti, Set of Four
By Capodimonte
Located in Pasadena, CA
This is a charming set of 4 charming table decorations of "Frolicking Putti". These four little guys are shown in various playful poses. The figurines are all in good condition. One ...
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Late 19th Century Italian Baroque Revival Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

19th Century Capodimonte Polychrome Porcelain Incense Burners Vases with Flowers
By Capodimonte
Located in Firenze, IT
An exquisite pair of early 19th century Italian Capodimonte Rocococ style polychrome porcelain incense burners in the form of urn shaped vases with two handles and pierced lids. The...
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19th Century Italian Rococo Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Italian 19th Century Renaissance White Glazed Porcelain Figural Group Sculpture
By Carlo Ginori, Giambologna, Capodimonte
Located in Firenze, IT
This compelling Italian 19th century white glazed porcelain sculpture depicts ‘The Rape of the Sabines’, after a monumental work by the Renaissance artist, Giambologna (1529-1608) th...
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19th Century Italian Renaissance Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Fine 19th Century Italian Porcelain Parrot
By Capodimonte
Located in Norwood, NJ
Colorful and finely painted porcelain parrot in greens, yellows and blues, perched on realistic branch with leaves and berries. Bottom with crowned ...
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Mid-19th Century Italian Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Vintage Capodimonte Porcelain Wall Sconces with Putti and Floral Pattern, 1980
By Capodimonte
Located in Bastogne, BE
Magnificent porcelain wall lamps exceptional quality crafted by the renowned Italian Capodimonte manufactory. These two lights porcelain sconces are fully decorated with hand painted putti and flowers motif rendered in soft tones with gold accents throughout. It exemplifies the Rococo style with its rich decoration. The golden details make these sconces even more precious and sophisticated. The sconces are designed to illuminate rooms, both in classical and modern style. Perfect for your entrance, your living room and your bedroom to make your house more beautiful and unique with this amazing Capodimonte chandelier or make a great gift for any occasion. Capodimonte porcelain got its name from the palace complex on one of the Neapolitan hills, where in 1743 King Charles III of Bourbon and his wife Maria Amalia...
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1980s Italian Rococo Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Metal

19th Century Italian Fine Porcelain Centerpiece with Putti by Capodimonte
By Capodimonte
Located in Sofia, BG
Charming center piece in fine white porcelain by Capodimonte made in mid 18th century in Italy. It represents a large plate holder by four adorable putti. Italy, circa 1860.   
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Mid-19th Century Italian Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capodimonte Military Porcelain Napoleone, 1980, Italy
By Capodimonte
Located in Milano, IT
Capodimonte porcelain.
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1970s Italian Other Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capodimonte Glazed White Parian Porcelain Cherubs
By Capodimonte
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is a pair of Capodimonte glazed white Parian porcelain nude cherubs who are playing with some gilt round small balls. Both of them are standing n...
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Early 20th Century Italian Renaissance Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair of 20th Century Italian Hand-Painted Porcelain Capodimonte Wall Platters
By Capodimonte
Located in Dallas, TX
This beautiful pair of majolica wall plates would elevate any living room, kitchen, or dining room wall. Created in Italy circa 1980 and done in the Capodimonte style with high relief, each barbotine...
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Late 20th Century Italian Capodimonte Furniture

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Majolica, Porcelain

Veilleuse “Capodimonte “ Owl 1950 Italy
By Capodimonte
Located in Milano, IT
Veilleuse “Capodimonte “ Owl 1950 Italy.
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1950s Italian Other Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Large Vintage Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Box
By Capodimonte
Located in Houston, TX
Large vintage Italian Capodimonte Porcelain box. Stunning large vintage Italian Capodimonte porcelain box. This lovely...
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1940s Italian Classical Roman Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capodimonte Cherub Lamp Stand
By Capodimonte
Located in Den Haag, NL
Capodimonte Italian porcelain cherub lamp stand, holding a cornucopia. With white porcelain flowers. On an imitation wooden base, the base is also porcelai...
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1960s Italian Hollywood Regency Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

19th Century Italian Porcelain Maiden with Child Statue, 1850s
By Capodimonte
Located in LEGNY, FR
Beautiful 19th century Italian porcelain Maiden and her child statue from the 1850s. A damage at the back of the maiden has been renovated. Beautiful qu...
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1850s European Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

1930s Midcentury Baroque Large Italy Capodimonte Porcelain Pitcher
By Capodimonte
Located in Vigonza, Padua
A modern Italian Capodimonte porcelain jug from the midcentury, 1930s, with handle decorated in baroque forms. The pitcher features a col...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Baroque Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Antique Capodimonte Porcelain Table Snuff or Dresser Box
By Capodimonte
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine, antique Capodimonte porcelain table snuff box in the Meissen style. With a polychrome enamel Bacchanalian scene on the lid, neoclassical...
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Early 20th Century Italian Rococo Revival Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capodimonte Porcelain Sculpture Tramp and a Nanny on a Bench, De Palmas, Italy
By Capodimonte
Located in Rome, IT
Splendid porcelain sculpture representing a tramp and a nanny feeding a child far from each other on a bench. Signed on the bottom with its original stamp "De Palmas, Capodimonte". I...
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Late 20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Vintage Capodimonte Military Porcelain Sculpture Set with Tiered Display Stand
By Capodimonte
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This set of eight porcelain figurines was made by the Capodimonte factor of Italy in circa 1980 in the Renaissance style. Seven of the figurines depict famous military figures and ar...
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Late 20th Century Italian Renaissance Revival Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain, Mahogany

Capodimonte late 19th Century White Porcelain Group of Male and Female Figurines
By Capodimonte
Located in Firenze, IT
A lovely antique Italian Capodimonte white porcelain biscuit male and female figurines sculptured in the round depicting in a very romantic moment. This centrepiece group features tw...
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19th Century Italian Romantic Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Large Antique Capodimonte Porcelain Plaque of a Naiad or Water Nymph
By Capodimonte
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine and large-scale Capodimonte porcelain plaque depicting a Naiad (or a water nymph from Greek mythology). She is attended by a small ...
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Late 19th Century Italian Renaissance Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

A 1900s Neoclassical White and Gold Capodimonte Porcelain Italian Table Lamp
By Capodimonte
Located in Catania, Sicilia
The lamp features a white and gold color scheme, with intricate details including a winged female figure and elaborate scrollwork. The lamp has been manufactured in the early 1900s, ...
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Early 1900s Italian Neoclassical Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Triumph of Galatea. Capodimonte manufactory, first half of the 19th century.
By Capodimonte
Located in Milano, IT
White glazed ceramic depicting the Triumph of Galatea. The nymph is depicted on a chariot in the shape of a shell, pulled by three dolphins with the features of sea monsters; drapery...
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1850s Italian Other Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Porcelain Statue Woman Capodimonte Biscuit 1960's Antique
By Capodimonte
Located in Taranto, IT
Porcelain Statue Woman Capodimonte Biscuit 1960's Antique. Porcelain frame, The item is in good conservative condition, there are no major aesthetic or structural defects to report...
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1960s Italian Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Porcelain Statue Capodimonte Man Biscuit 1960's Antique
By Capodimonte
Located in Taranto, IT
Porcelain statue Capodimonte Man Biscuit 1960's Antique. Porcelain frame, The item is in good conservative condition, there are no major aesthetic or structural defects to report, ...
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1960s Italian Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Bruno Merli Capodimonte
By Bruno Merli, Richard Ginori, Giuseppe Armani, Capodimonte
Located in Lugo, IT
Ceramics produced by Bruno Merli Capodimonte. Crack present and glued almost in the center on the boy's side. If you wish it is restored 50 euros Thank you
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1950s Italian Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Original ceramic sculpture Artist by Capodimonte, Italy 1970s
By Capodimonte
Located in Miklavž Pri Taboru, SI
Vintage ceramic sculpture "Artist" by Capodimonte made in Italy in the 1970s. The sculpture has the original manufacturer's label and signature of the master. The vintage sculpture ...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Vintage Keramos Italian Capodimonte Cobalt Blue Porcelain Pitcher w/ Handle
By Capodimonte
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Vintage Keramos Italian Capodimonte Cobalt Blue Porcelain Pitcher w/ Handle. Item features purple painted flowers, brass reticulating handle, artist signature, original stamp. Circa...
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Late 20th Century Unknown Victorian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Large figurative Capodimonte ceramic lamps with decorative bacchanal scene
By Capodimonte
Located in East Quogue, NY
Stunning pair of early 20th century Capodimonte figurative porcelain lamps, a true masterpiece of Italian artistry These elaborately painted ceramic table lamps depict vibrant baccha...
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Early 20th Century Italian Rococo Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Vintage ceramic basket with flowers by S. Rioleva Capodimonte Italy 1960s
By Capodimonte
Located in Miklavž Pri Taboru, SI
Vintage ceramic basket with flowers by S. Rioleva Capodimonte made in Italy in the 1960s. There is a mark of the author on the bottom. In very ...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Original ceramic sculpture by Giuseppe Armani for Capodimonte, Italy 1970s
By Giuseppe Armani, Capodimonte
Located in Miklavž Pri Taboru, SI
Vintage ceramic sculpture "Old man and Boy" by Giuseppe Armani for Capodimonte made in Italy in the 1970s. The sculpture has the origin...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Vintage ceramic sculpture of Barber by Capodimonte Italy 1950s
By Capodimonte
Located in Miklavž Pri Taboru, SI
Vintage ceramic sculpture of Barber by Capodimonte made in Italy in the 1950s. In good condition. There are signs of age, minor damage (please see photos). Dimensions: Width: 17 cm /...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Worked and decorated ceramic plate, Capodimonte, 19th-20th century
By Capodimonte
Located in Monza, IT
Refined ceramic plate, Capodimonte manufacture, branded. The plate is worked in relief and painted by hand, it has a white base, golden decoration with floral motifs in the center an...
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Late 19th Century Italian Napoleon III Antique Capodimonte Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Worked and decorated ceramic plate, Capodimonte, 19th-20th century
By Capodimonte
Located in Monza, IT
The plate is worked in relief and painted by hand, it has a white base, golden decoration with floral motifs in the center, with coat of arms, and a rich workmanship along the contou...
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Late 19th Century Italian Napoleon III Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Worked and decorated ceramic plate, Capodimonte, 19th-20th century
By Capodimonte
Located in Monza, IT
The plate is worked in relief and painted by hand, it has a white base, golden decoration with floral motifs in the center, with coat of arms, and a rich workmanship along the contou...
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Late 19th Century Italian Napoleon III Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Capodimonte Mirror Italian
By Capodimonte
Located in Cincinnati, OH
Capodimonte Mirror Italian Rococo frame decorated with cherubs. Excellent condition, not chips or damage. Signed on back R. Capodimonte and R. San M...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain, Mirror

Vintage Porcelain Capodimonte Trinket Box with Flower Detail
By Capodimonte
Located in East Quogue, NY
Exquisite vintage white Capodimonte square porcelain trinket box with floral detail lid. Simple and elegant, the box lid is adorned with sculpted white flowers with painted 24k Gold ...
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Early 20th Century Italian Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Late 18th Century traveling couple figurine by Capodimonete 1771 - 1834
By Capodimonte
Located in Lisbon, PT
A charming translucent soft-paste porcelain figurine of a traveling couple with suitcases, a delicate piece in excellent condition. The woman wearing a clover etched jacket. Capodim...
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18th Century French Baroque Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Italian Porcelain Musician Angel by Capodimonte
By Capodimonte
Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
Beautiful musician angel in fine porcelain by Capodimonte, circa 1980s. White color with golden details. Refined collectible ornament. Brand present at the base.
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1980s Italian Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Delicate And Fresh Lemons, Porcelain Wall Decor By Capodimonte L'Atelier, Italy
By Capodimonte
Located in Rothley, Leicestershire
Petite trio of bright citron yellow lemons by Capodimonte L'Atelier, Italy Fragile and delicately created Italian porcelain decor Circa 1970's Signed C...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

Italian Hand Painted Porcelain Vase by Capodimonte
By Capodimonte
Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
Italian hand painted porcelain biscuit vase, circa 1990s. Characterized by a classic line with floral decorations. Italian manufacturing brand imprinted ...
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1990s Italian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Italian Porcelain Set of 2 Figurines by Capodimonte
By Capodimonte
Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
Beautiful set of 2 italian fine porcelain hand painting figurines by Capodimonte, circa 1990s. Brand present at the base. Two small defects, one of the boy's fingers and the girl's h...
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1990s Italian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capodimonte Chandelier, Italy, 1960s
By Capodimonte
Located in Antwerp, BE
Magnificent Capodimonte chandelier with six lights and three hand painted Cherubs. This one-tier porcelain chandelier has an exceptional quality. ...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Capodimonte Furniture

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Brass

Capodimonte Chandelier, Italy, 1960s
By Capodimonte
Located in Antwerp, BE
Magnificent Capodimonte chandelier with six lights and three hand painted Cherubs + seven hanging roses. This one-tier porcelain chandelier has an...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Hollywood Regency Capodimonte Furniture

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Brass

Capodimonte Lidded Jar Four Seasons Cherubs Decor
By Capodimonte
Located in Bochum, NRW
Capodimonte Lidded Jar Four Seasons Cherubs Decor. Vintage Italian biscotti jar from the 1950s, handmade and hand-painted. It is a lovely piece that can a...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Porcelain Figure Woman In Armchair By Capodimonte, 1834
By Capodimonte
Located in Lisbon, PT
A Capodimonte porcelain painting from 1820 shows a woman in a swinging armchair. Mark near Capodimonte - 1771 to 1834. The first use of the Neapolitan "N" covered with a 5-pointed cr...
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19th Century Italian Baroque Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capodimonte Porcelain Figure Of Couple Playing Lute, Early 20th Century
By Capodimonte
Located in Lisbon, PT
A Neapolitan Capodimonte porcelain in the Baroque style depicting a french salon scene, a woman seated in an armchair playing the lute and a male admirer trying to impress her, marke...
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Early 20th Century Italian Baroque Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Baroque Style Capadimonte Porcelain Figure of Lady, 1900s
By Capodimonte
Located in Lisbon, PT
A charming italian Capadimonte translucent soft-paste porcelain figurine of a baroque lady with «N» and «203» marks on the base, as seen in the last photo
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20th Century Italian Baroque Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Capadimonte Porcelain Figure, Lady With Roses, 20th Century
By Capodimonte
Located in Lisbon, PT
A charming italian porcelain figure of a lady carrying roses
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20th Century Italian Baroque Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Erminia among the shepherds. Naples, Capodimonte Manufacture 19th century
By Capodimonte
Located in Milano, IT
White glazed ceramic depicting Erminia among shepherds. Erminia is shown from the side, standing with her robe in the wind, helmet under her arm, and shield at her feet; she is stret...
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1860s Italian Other Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Ceramic

A Large Antique Italian Capodimonte Hinged Box & Cover
By Capodimonte
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This large antique Italian Capodimonte hinged box from Italy around 1900 is a treasure adorned with captivating Roman scenes. The intricate detailing on this box likely showcases classical motifs and imagery, a hallmark of Capodimonte porcelain. The inclusion of Roman scenes speaks to the artistic influence drawn from ancient history and classical art. The presence of a brass lock and key...
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Early 20th Century Italian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Pair, Cabinet of Curiosity Neoclassical Style Blanc De Chine Porcelain Urns
By Capodimonte
Located in Atlanta, GA
Italian, 20th century. A pair of petite blanc de chine porcelain urns with floral stem motif extending from each. Marked to underside with the Capodimonte blue mark.
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Rare Vintage Monumental Porcelain Horse Drawn Victorian Carriage centerpiece
By Capodimonte
Located in Leesburg, VA
Rare Vintage Monumental Porcelain Horse Drawn Victorian Carriage centerpiece group Capodimonte Porcelain, after a model by Giorgio Galletti Naples, Italy; second half of the 20th century Porcelain Approximate size: 37 (w) x 15 (h) x 10 (d) in. This beautiful and elaborately detailed porcelain group features an ornately modeled carriage drawn by four horses. The coach features a driver seated on his perch wearing a tricorn hat and a lovely lady is seated in the coach box wearing a light blue dress with intricate gesticulating openwork porcelain lace...
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Late 20th Century Italian Late Victorian Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Italian Porcelain Baby Girl Piano Figurine
By Capodimonte
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is an Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Baby Girl Piano Figurine. It depicts a nude baby girl with large blue eyes and blonde hair arranged with ponyta...
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique Naples Porcelain 215 Piece Dinner & Tea Service Napoleon Au Roi de Rome
By Capodimonte
Located in Portland, OR
An incredible antique 19th century Naples porcelain/Capodimonte 215 piece dinner & tea/coffee service, "Au Roi de Rome" (King of Rome). Made to celebrate the birth of the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte's son in 1811, Napoleon-François-Charles-Joseph Bonaparte...
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19th Century Italian Neoclassical Revival Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Late 19th Century Capodimonte casket.
By Capodimonte
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A very good quality late 19th Century Capodimonte porcelain casket, depicting classical religious and heavenly scenes. Batch 74 G9811/22. SNYZ
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Late 19th Century Italian Antique Capodimonte Furniture

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Porcelain

Vintage Victorian Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Table Lamp with Shade
By Capodimonte
Located in Chicago, IL
Vintage Victorian Italian Capodimonte Porcelain Table Lamp with Shade This beautiful antique Capodimonte hand painted figurine table lamp is in great condition. It is depicting a la...
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1930s Italian Art Nouveau Vintage Capodimonte Furniture

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Metal

Capodimonte furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Capodimonte furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Capodimonte furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Capodimonte were created in the mid-century modern style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Bruno Gambone, Livio Seguso, and Dino Martens. Prices for Capodimonte furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $80 and can go as high as $34,500, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,294.
Questions About Capodimonte Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 27, 2024
    Capodimonte's style is regal and opulent, though it has varied over the years. Early pieces from the celebrated Italian porcelain manufacturer often reflect Rococo design sensibilities, with organic motifs rendered in soft colors. As trends changed, so did the look of Capodimonte porcelain, which skewed Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco over the years that followed. Capodiomonte has also looked beyond its native Italy for inspiration, producing porcelain ware that reflects Japanese and ancient Roman decorative techniques. Shop a wide range of Capdodimonte porcelain on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 1, 2024
    Yes, Capodimonte pieces may be worth money. Early examples of the Italian manufacturer's celebrated porcelain vases, figurines and sculptures can be hard to come by, but the best later pieces possess the same over-the-top charm and are sought by collectors. The value of a particular item depends on its style, age and condition, as well as supply and demand in the marketplace. To get a better estimate of the value of your piece, consult a certified appraiser or knowledgeable dealer. Explore a wide range of Capodimonte decorative objects on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 22, 2024
    What the Capodimonte mark looks like has changed over the years. From 1743 through 1771, variations of the fleur-de-lis were the most common markings. From 1830 to 1967, the Italian maker generally used a letter N or G positioned beneath a crown. From 1967 onward, pieces generally displayed an impressed IPA stamp and a back stamp with a crowned letter N, the IPA lettering and the brand name. You can consult trusted online resources to see images of Capodimonte stamps from various eras. Additionally, you may wish to work with an antiques dealer to verify the age and authenticity of your porcelain. Find a collection of Capodimonte pieces on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 13, 2024
    To identify rare Capodimonte marks, use trusted online resources as a guide. Generally, the oldest pieces produced by the Italian maker during the mid-18th century are the rarest. During this period, Capodimonte typically used only its original blue fleur-de-lis logo as a mark. On reputable websites, you can find images of this mark and others used by the porcelain manufacturer over the years. If you need assistance identifying a particular piece, enlist the help of a certified appraiser or knowledgeable antiques dealer. Explore a range of Capodimonte porcelain ware on 1stDibs.

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