19th Century Jacob Petit Porcelain Column with exceptionally fine gilded decoration incorporating cameos of flowers and foliage, with restoration.
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ProvenanceJacob Petit (1796-1868) was a talented porcelain painter who worked for the Sevres factory in France, then opened his own shop.He moved his company to Paris in 1869. In less than 10 years, he had hired about 200 people to make and decorate porcelains. They made ornamental vases, statues, clocks, inkwells and perfume bottles. A specialty was figural veilleuses shaped like sultans or fortunetellers. These were tea warmers meant for use in the bedroom. Each was a stand with space for a candle heater and a teapot.