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Exclusive Vintage porcelain box
Inspired by vintage Limoges porcelain.
Gilded with fine gold
Signed and numbered.
Diameter: 11,5 centimeters (about 4,5 inches) Height: 2,5 centimeters (about 1 inch).
Made in France.
You will receive this Vintage inspired Round Porcelain Box within seven days.
Exclusive sale until January 4th !
Limited Edition : Laure Selignac is please to offer this truly unique vintage inpired Limoges Box hand-painted by the winner of Laure Sélignac's contest...
The Laure Sélignac contest 2008 is to be the decoration of a porcelain box on the following topic:
"It is a timeless object that has existed for hundreds of years and forms part of the lives of women since Marie Antoinette. She naturally finds its place in a dressing room on one of the perfume bottles, brushes, lipsticks and other beauty accessories. It is indispensable in a feminine and refined interior, and transmitted from generation to generation. It runs through the years and keeps the inside of childhood memories and family traditions.
What little girl did not open this little box containing the secrets of her mother? Our mothers and grandmothers used it as powder, box of secrets, treasure, jewelry or primary teeth.
Imagine a box made of porcelain decorated in the style of Marie Antoinette or following other common modern object to restore its pedigree. "
Only one left. . . it must be yours!
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