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Rococo Bowls and Baskets

ROCOCO STYLE

Rococo was an aesthetic movement in the fine and decorative arts in the 18th century that found its inspiration in nature and fostered an overall lightness and delicacy of form, construction and ornament in interior design. Rococo furniture, while greatly influenced by trends in Italy and Germany, is often called Louis XV style — the movement having reached its best expression during that sybaritic French king’s reign.

The term “rococo” is thought to be a portmanteau of the French words rocaille and coquilles — “rock” and “shells” — organic motifs frequently used in architecture and design of the style.

When it comes to authentic Rococo furniture's characteristics, it is above all sensuous and social. The furniture of earlier eras in Europe had been heavy in every sense; the Rococo period saw the appearance of light-framed upholstered armchairs, side chairs and occasional tables that could easily be moved to form conversational circles.

The signal detail of Rococo furniture design is the gently curved cabriole, or S-shaped chair-, table-, and cabinet-leg. It imitates the bend of a tree limb or a flower stem. In a further reference to nature, furnishings were often asymmetrical and painted white, or in soft, pastel shades. Rococo has become a timeless style, and as the furniture pieces presented on 1stDibs demonstrate, its playful, sculptural forms can provide visual excitement to contemporary, clean-lined spaces.

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Style: Rococo
Antique Brass Art Nouveau Jardiniere Rococo Footed Bowl
Located in West Hollywood, CA
This Antique Brass Art Nouveau Jardiniere Rococo Footed Bowl boasts detailing inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, prominent in the late 19th and ea...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Brass

Large And Unusual Shell Shaped Antique Meissen Porcelain Bowl, 19th Century
Located in Free Union, VA
A deep and finely articulated ribbed scallop shaped early 19th century serving bowl in the pattern known as Blue Onion, which originated at the Meissen factory in Saxony in 1740, a E...
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Early 19th Century German Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Blue and White Delft Punch Bowl Hand Painted Mid 18th Century Netherlands
Located in Katonah, NY
This is a blue and white Dutch Delft punch bowl (10.25" diameter) made in the mid-18th century, around 1760. The bowl is hand-painted in vibrant shades of cobalt blue. The outside o...
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Mid-18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Blue and White Delft Bowl Netherlands Hand Painted 18th Century Circa 1770
Located in Katonah, NY
This blue and white Delft bowl from the 18th century, is decorated in a beautiful and elegant manner. Raised on a traditional short foot, the exterior of the bowl features six hand-p...
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Late 18th Century Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

German 18th Century Porcelain Copper Wall Appliqué of Lady
Located in Haddonfield, NJ
18th Century Porcelain Copper Wall Appliqué of Lady, Germany. The porcelain dia is 5.25 inches
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Late 18th Century French Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Copper

Dutch Delft Blue and White Charger Hand Painted 18th Century Circa 1780
Located in Katonah, NY
This lovely blue and white Delft charger was made in the Netherlands around 1780. It was meticulously hand-painted in two shades of cobalt blue on a white tin-glazed surface. The cen...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Dutch Delft Blue and White Charger Hand Painted Netherlands Circa 1800
Located in Katonah, NY
Hand painted in the Netherlands circa 1800, this blue and white Delft charger features a garden scene with flowering peonies. We see blossoming flowers, buds, leaves, and rockwork. T...
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Early 19th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Pair of Colorful Ironstone Plates "Late Spode" England Circa 1835
Located in Katonah, NY
This pair of dishes feature a lively design of waterlilies and songbirds in a lovely array of colors. The flowers are painted in shades of pink, yellow, and green, while the stems an...
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1830s Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Ironstone

Rococo Inspired Hand painted Shallow Bowl
Located in London, GB
Painstakingly hand painted in London, this richly decorative piece is inspired by Rococo dreamscapes. With elements taken from Alchemical symbolism and Victorian sewing patterns, the...
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Early 18th Century English Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Ceramic

Rococo Style Molded Glass and Gilt-Metal Footed Bowl
Located in New York, NY
Ornate glass bowl centerpiece with with gilt metal base. The glass is intricately cut with a with a lattice design, with bases ornamented with curvin...
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19th Century French Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Bronze

French Porcelain Blue and White Chintz Jewelry Dish
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful, small, French porcelain jewelry dish with hand-painted 'chintz' design, circa early-20th century, France. A great piece to hold jewelry (as d...
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Early 20th Century French Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Antique Blue and White Delft Charger Hand Painted Netheralands, circa 1780
Located in Katonah, NY
Hand painted circa 1780, this eye-catching blue and white Delft charger is hand painted in shades of cobalt blue with black accents. ...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

18th Century Italian Berrettino Majolica Faience Riser
Located in Milan, IT
An Italian maiolica berrettino-ground riser from 18th century, central Italy, probably Faenza origin. In the central part of the riser a ruined tower is painted within a mountain lan...
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Mid-18th Century Italian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Maiolica

Delft Charger Hand Painted Polychrome Lambeth, London, England, circa 1750
By Lambeth High Street
Located in Katonah, NY
This exquisite delft charger offers a glimpse into the artistic and cultural history of mid-18th century London. It was carefully crafted by hand at the High Street Lambeth factory,...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Aesop's Fables Animals on Antique French Porcelain Plate Hand Painted circa 1825
Located in Katonah, NY
Four beautiful scenes from Aesop's fables adorn this marvelous plate. It was made in France circa 1825. Each scene captures the essence of the fable it depicts, transporting the viewer into the world of these timeless stories. 1) The Fox & the Grapes (see more...
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Early 19th Century French Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Dutch Delft Charger Hand Painted 18th Century Circa 1770
Located in Katonah, NY
This antique Dutch Delft charger was made in the 18th century, circa 1770. It features a beautiful flower-filled garden hand painted in beautiful polychrome colors. We see a single large, bright yellow peony, other flowers painted in shades of purple, flower buds painted red, green leaves, a pierced rock painted deep cobalt blue, and the garden fence painted red and yellow. The border of the charger is decorated with a ring of flower buds in purple and red with green leaves. The overall effect is lovely! Dimensions: Diameter 12.5" Dimensions: 12.25 diameter x 1.75" tall Condition: Excellent with slight edge frits invisibly restored Price: $780 Background of Delft: The origins of Delft are found in the Middle East. Tin ash was used in a glaze for pottery as early as the 9th century in Mesopotamia. Using white glaze over a dark or buff-colored pottery body created a "canvas" on which painters could show brilliant colors that did not appear well on the earlier pottery...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Pair Dutch Delft Hand Painted Imari Dishes 18th Century Circa 1780
Located in Katonah, NY
These Dutch pancake plates are adorned with a beautiful hand-painted scene in bold Imari colors of cobalt blue and iron red, enhanced by forest green and bright yellow, which replace...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

BIRKS - Pair of Pierced Sterling Silver Candy Dishes - Canada - Mid 20th Century
Located in Chatham, ON
BIRKS - Pair of vintage sterling silver candy or nut dishes - pierced basket design - signed - Canada - mid 20th century. Excellent vintage condition - all original - no loss - no d...
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Mid-20th Century Canadian Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Sterling Silver

19th Century Silvered Ormolu Footed Stylized Shell Bowl by Les Freres
Located in New York, NY
This elegant stylized shell bowl was realized by the illustrious atelier of Les Freres in France during the 19th century. It offers a stylized silvered ormo...
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19th Century French Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Ormolu

Antique KPM Royal Berlin Reticulated Porcelain Basket with Deutsche Blumen Decor
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine KPM porcelain basket. With reticulated or pierced sides, twin handles, and a hand-painted floral spray to the center. Simply a wonderful porcelain basket! Date: Late 19th or Early 20th Century Overall Condition It is in overall good, as-pictured, used estate condition with some very fine & light surface scratches and other signs of expected light wear consistent with age. Maker: KPM Porcelain Marks: Base bears a blue underglaze factor scepter mark, an iron-red orb mark, hand-painted cyphers and numbers, an impressed cyphers, and a cut slash...
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Early 20th Century German Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Rare 19th C. Meissen ‘Schneeballen’ 'Snowball' Covered Bowl & Plate W/ Birds
Located in New York, NY
A Rare 19th Century Meissen Porcelain ‘Schneeballen’ (Snowball) Covered Bowl and Underplate with Encrusted Flowers, Vines, Leaves, and Birds. This piece is very rare and extremely hi...
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1850s German Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

French Rococo Style Silver Plated Cherub Dome Centerpiece Fruit Bowls, a Pair
Located in Philadelphia, PA
French Rococo style silver plated cherub dome centerpiece fruit bowls - a Pair. Item features a tall stately form, cherubs to center shafts, ornate leafy scrollwork throughout, dome ...
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Early 20th Century Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Silver Plate

Camille Le Tallec Handpainted Porcelain Tureen
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is an oval gilt bowl & lid tureen handpainted with a bouquet of flowers in the center of both sides over a white background. There are golden scrolls also handpainted around the bouquets. The bowl is supported by four acanthus leaves feet. Two handles shaped as acanthus leaves are in each side of the bowl. The serpentine rim is gilded & the lid is adorned with a flower bud finial. The tureen comes with a large plate decorated as well as the bowl. The hallmarks of Le Tallec...
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20th Century French Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Blue and White Delft Dish Hand-Painted 18th Century, England, Circa 1760
Located in Katonah, NY
This Delft blue and white dish was hand-painted in England in the 18th century circa 1760. The painting is quite naive but eye-catching. In the center, we see a large blue ground before three homes, each with a chimney. To the left, we see a large peony, and to the right, a pine tree. The wide border shows six flower buds on the vine, and along the edge are scrolling vines. Dimensions: 9.25" diameter Condition: Excellent Price: $560 Background of English Delft: The art of making Delft began in England in the Mid-1500s. An English delftware jug has been found in East Malling, Kent, with a silver mount hallmarked 1550, which is presumed to be the earliest date of English delftware manufacture. John Stow's Survey of London (1598) records the arrival in 1567 of two Antwerp potters, Jasper Andries and Jacob Jansen...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Blue and White Delft Dish Hand-Painted Netherlands, Circa 1780
Located in Katonah, NY
This blue and white hand-painted Dutch Delft dish was made in the Netherlands in the 18th century, circa 1780. The composition has excellent movement. The ...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Antique French Faience Lidded Bowl Tureen Hand Painted with Flowers and Insects
Located in Firenze, IT
A French 18th century large polychrome Faience lidded soup toureen or entree dish with scallop-shaped edges attributable to Rouen manufacture. This lovely...
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18th Century French Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Maiolica, Faience, Pottery, Porcelain

Italian Maiolica Ancient Sugar Bowl, Lodi, 1770-1780
Located in Milano, IT
Maiolica sugar bowl Antonio Ferretti Manufacture Lodi, Circa 1770-1780 Maiolica polychrome decorated “a piccolo fuoco” (third fire). It measures 3.54 x 4.52 x 3.54 in (9 x 11,5 x 9 cm) Weight: 0.394 lb (0.179 kg) State of conservation: small and slight chips on the edges. The small sugar bowl has a swollen and ribbed body resting on a flat base. The cap-shaped lid follows the rib of the container and is topped with a small knob in the shape of a two-colored fruit. The sugar bowl is painted “a piccolo fuoco” (third fire) with the characteristic floral motif of bunches and isolated semis. An example which closely corresponds to this one is kept at the Civic Museum in Lodi (G. Gregorietti, Maioliche di Lodi, Milano e Pavia, Catalogo della Mostra, Milano, 1964 n. 137). This decorative style represented a strong point of the Lodi factory, which established itself thanks to the vivid nature of the colors made possible by the introduction of a new technique perfected by Paul Hannong in Strasbourg and later introduced by Antonio Ferretti to Italy. The production process, called “piccolo fuoco” (third fire), allowed the use of a greater number of colors than in the past; in particular, the purple of Cassius, a red made from gold chloride, was introduced. Its use allowed for many more tones and shades, from pink to purple. The Ferretti family started their maiolica manufacturing business in Lodi in 1725. The forefather Simpliciano started the business by purchasing an ancient furnace in 1725 and, indeed, we have evidence of the full activity of the furnaces starting from April of the same year (Novasconi-Ferrari-Corvi, 1964, p. 26 n. 4). Simpliciano started a production of excellence also thanks to the ownership of clay quarries in Stradella, not far from Pavia. The production was so successful that in 1726 a decree of the Turin Chamber came to prohibit the importation of foreign ceramics, especially from Lodi, to protect internal production (G. Lise, La ceramica a Lodi, Lodi 1981, p. 59). In its initial stages, the manufacture produced maolicas painted with the “a gran fuoco” (double fire) technique, often in turquoise monochrome, with ornamentation derived from compositional modules in vogue in Rouen in France. This was also thanks to the collaboration of painters like Giorgio Giacinto Rossetti, who placed his name on the best specimens next to the initials of the factory. In 1748 Simpliciano made his will (Gelmini, 1995, p. 30) appointing his son Giuseppe Antonio (known as Antonio) as universal heir. After 1750, when Simpliciano passed away, Antonio was directly involved in the maiolica factory, increasing its fortunes and achieving a reputation on a European level. Particularly important was the aforementioned introduction in 1760 of the innovative “a piccolo fuoco” (third fire) processing, which, expanding the ornamental repertoire with Saxon-inspired floral themes, was able to commercially compete with the German porcelains that had one of its most renowned offerings in the naturalistic Deutsche Blumen. Antonio Ferretti understood and promoted this technique and this decoration, proposing it in a fresher and more corrective version, less linked to botanical tables, both with or without contour lines, as well as in purple or green monochrome. After efforts to introduce more industrial production techniques to the sector succeeded, even the Ferretti manufacture, in the last decade of the eighteenth century, started heading towards decline despite its attempts to adapt production to neoclassical tastes. In 1796 the Napoleonic battle for the conquest of the Lodi bridge over the Adda definitively compromised the furnaces. Production resumed, albeit in a rather stunted manner, until Antonio's death on 29 December 1810. (M. L. Gelmini, pp. 28-30, 38, 43 sgg., 130-136 (for Simpliciano); pp. 31 sgg., 45-47, 142-192 (for Antonio). Bibliography G. Gregorietti, Maioliche di Lodi Milano e Pavia Catalogo della Mostra, Milano, 1964 n. 137; C. Baroni, Storia delle ceramiche nel Lodigiano, in Archivio storico per la città e i comuni del circondario e della diocesi di Lodi, XXXIV (1915), pp. 118, 124, 142; XXXV (1916), pp. 5-8; C. Baroni, La maiolica antica di Lodi, in Archivio storico lombardo, LVIII (1931), pp. 453-455; L. Ciboldi, La maiolica lodigiana, in Archivio storico lodigiano, LXXX (1953), pp. 25 sgg.; S. Levy, Maioliche settecentesche lombarde e venete, Milano 1962, pp. 17 sgg.; A. Novasconi - S. Ferrari - S. Corvi, La ceramica lodigiana, Lodi 1964, ad Indicem; Maioliche di Lodi, Milano e Pavia (catal.), Milano 1964, p. 17; O. Ferrari - G. Scavizzi, Maioliche italiane del Seicento e del Settecento, Milano 1965, pp. 26 sgg.; G. C. Sciolla, Lodi. Museo civico, Bologna 1977, pp. 69-85 passim; G. Lise, La ceramica a Lodi, Lodi 1981; M. Vitali, in Storia dell'arte ceramica...
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1770s Italian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Maiolica

Meissen Reticulated Fluted Bowl with a Bright & Colorful Central Flower Bouquet
Located in Boston, MA
I am offering you this beautiful Meissen reticulated and fluted bowl. It has a bright and colorful large flower bouquet in the center of the bowl w...
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1890s German Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Blue and White Dutch Delft Dish or Plate Hand Painted Circa 1760
Located in Katonah, NY
The cobalt blue is exquisite! Provenance: An identical dish is in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. For an image of this identical plate and a discussion of its origins, see: E B Schaap "Delft Ceramics at the Philadelphia Museum of Art" pages 74 and 75. We are pleased to offer this Dutch Delft dish...
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Mid-18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

White Gold Leaf Clamshell Form Bow
Located in Palm Desert, CA
PLEASE NOTE ONLY THE SMALLER OF THE TWO SHELLS IS AVAILABLE. This pair of carved wood Clamshells are gessoed finished in White Gold and then burnished to a warm glow. The price listed is for the pair. Can be purchased separately The larger clamshell...
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Late 20th Century American Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Gold Leaf

Blue and White Delft Charger Hand-Painted, Netherlands, 18th Century, Circa 1760
Located in Katonah, NY
The entire surface of this blue and white Dutch Delft charger is covered in deep beautiful cobalt blue coloring. The center of the charger is filled with lovely hand-painted peonies...
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Mid-18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Alt Furstenberg Porcelain Lottine Round Tureen
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is an Alt Furstenberg Lottine porcelain white tureen decorated with royal blue roses and foliage. There are garlands with this pattern adornin...
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20th Century German Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Rococó Porcelain Figural Cherub Jardinière or Centerpiece Bowl by Meissen
Located in Miami, FL
19th century Austrian porcelain centerpiece bowl or jardinière beautifully enameled in rich colors with floral sprays and gilt highlights. This stunning Rococo piece heavily Meissen ...
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Late 19th Century German Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Set of Meissen Hand Painted Porcelain Scalloped Bowl/Plate
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is a set of Meissen hand painted porcelain bowl/plate. It depicts in the center a couple of cherubs holding a garland of flowers and also a wreath of green leaves while they are...
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Early 20th Century German Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

18th Century Italian Majolica Faience Centerpiece Large Lodi Circular Bowl
Located in Milan, IT
18th century Italian collectible antique painted majolica bowl, a large basin-shaped centerpiece, with vertical ribs, decorated with polychrome flowers. Small chips, felure and minor...
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Mid-18th Century Italian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Maiolica

Set of Five Purple Delft Dishes or Plates Hand Painted 18th Century
By Hugo Brouwer
Located in Katonah, NY
A set of five antique Dutch Delft dishes beautifully hand painted with manganese-based purple. The dishes show a peony plant in full bloom. The maker was Hugo Brouwer. Brouwer created the design, and each dish would have been hand-painted in his factory, The Dreye Porceleyne Flesschen, using a stencil of his design. Each dish is signed with Brouwer's H-B mark. Dimensions: diameter 9" Condition: Excellent Price: $700 for the 5 plates Background of Hugo Brouwer: Maker: Hugo Brouwer (active 1760–1788) at The Dreye Porceleyne Flesschen (The Thee Porcelain Bottles) factory. Ref: C.H. De Jonge...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

French Blue and White Porcelain Jewelry Dish in the Rococo Style
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful French blue and white porcelain jewelry dish in the Rococo style, circa early 20th century, Limoges, France. Piece has a floral 'chintz' design of light and dark blue flo...
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Early 20th Century French Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Enamel Tea Caddy Vienna 18th Century with Landscape
Located in Epfach, DE
A very nice enamel tea caddy, Vienna 18th century, paintings with landscape and couples on all sides and on the top and gold ornamentation.   
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1760s Austrian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Enamel

Large Blue and White Delft Charger 18th Century Made circa 1780
Located in Katonah, NY
We are pleased to offer this Antique blue and white Delft charger with a well-painted landscape showing a house and trees. The decoration is crisp. The scene is framed by an attracti...
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18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Set of Three Delft Blue and White Theeboom Pattern Chargers 18th Century
Located in Katonah, NY
This set of three Dutch delft chargers in the "Theeboom" pattern shows a tea plant with a fan-shaped bouquet of leaves and flowers. This is one of the most beautiful designs hand-p...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

European Silversmith, Ornamental Silver Bowl on Feet, circa 1900
Located in Copenhagen, DK
European silversmith, Ornamental silver bowl on feet, circa 1900. Stamped. In very good condition. Measures: 25 x 9 cm.
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Early 1900s Unknown Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Silver

Thomas Webb & Sons Wheel Carved 'Rock-Crystal’ Type Punch Bowl, George Woodall
By George Woodall
Located in New York, NY
A Rococo style Thomas Webb & Sons wheel carved 'Rock-Crystal’ type punch bowl/ centerpiece, circa 1890, designed by and signed Geo(rge) Woodall. Of tapering bulbous form, wheel-engra...
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1890s English Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Crystal

E & A Muller 'Corona' Porcelain Figural Cherub Jardinière or Centerpiece Bowl
By E.&A. Müller
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
E & A Muller 'Corona' porcelain figural cherub Jardinière or centerpiece bowl. 19th century Austrian porcelain centerpiece bowl or jardiniere beautifully enamelled in rich colors ...
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19th Century Austrian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Blue and White Delft Chargers Theeboom Pattern made by "The Claw" circa 1770
Located in Katonah, NY
This pair of Dutch Delft chargers in the "Theeboom" pattern shows a tea plant with a fan-shaped bouquet of leaves and flowers. The deep cobalt blue is fabulous! This is one of the ...
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1770s Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

Lalique Crystal “Luxembourg” Large Round Bowl
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is a Lalique frosted crystal “ Luxembourg “ large round bowl. It depicts a relief of playful cherubs that are joined together by holding a garland of laurel leaves. Below the ba...
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20th Century French Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Crystal

Three Blue and White Delft Plates Hand Painted 18th Century Netherlands
Located in Katonah, NY
These three breathtaking Dutch Delft plates, made in the late 18th century, are truly a testament to the artistry and skill of their creators. The intricate garden scene, featuring a...
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Late 18th Century Dutch Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Delft

19th Century Viennese Enamel Centerpiece with Watteau and Arabesque Painting
Located in Vienna, AT
Finest Viennese Enamel Work from around 1880: Fire-gilded bronze, elongated oval bowl and arched foot painted with colored enamel with Watteau scenes and richly detailed arabesque d...
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1880s Austrian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Brass

"Royal Vienna" Plate Painted with Two Ladies and a Bird at a Tiled Watering Hole
Located in Boston, MA
This is a very charming "Royal Vienna" cabinet plate with a painting of two beautiful ladies and a bird next to a tiled watering hole. One lady is lounging next to her tiled watering hole while her lady in waiting is pouring water for the bird to drink. Look at all the pictures, so you can see how beautifully this Royal Vienna plate...
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1890s Austrian Antique Rococo Bowls and Baskets

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Porcelain

Rococo bowls and baskets for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Rococo bowls and baskets for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 20th Century, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage bowls and baskets created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include decorative objects, serveware, ceramics, silver and glass and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with bronze, metal and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Rococo bowls and baskets made in a specific country, there are Europe, France, and Italy pieces for sale on 1stDibs. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for bowls and baskets differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $275 and tops out at $45,000 while the average work can sell for $1,200.

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