Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"

Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"
Pair antique goblets "Horn of plenty"

Antique paired cups "Cornucopia" in the style of Louis XV. Porcelain. France, XIX century. The cups were made by Jacob Petit (1797-1868).


Jacob Petit, née Jacob Mordecay, was a well-known and respected French porcelain maker in the 19th century. After studying painting in the workshop of Antoine-Jean Gros, Petit in 1822 joined the famous Sevres Manufactory, where he painted porcelain. After traveling and studying in Europe in 1830-1831, he returned to France. Together with his brother, Petit bought a porcelain factory in Fontainebleau, then a workshop in Paris, creating objects that are unique in ornamentation, tones, which breathed new life into the Rococo style.