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Jewel cabinet, 1825-1826

Casework of molded hard-paste porcelain with enamel-painted and fired decoration, with gilding in gold leaf and platinum, mounted in gilt bronze, joined mahogany drawers, gilt metal
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
New York
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Jean-Charles-François Leloy (French, active 1816–44), designed and produced by Alexandre Brongniart …

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Jean-Charles-François Leloy (French, active 1816–44), designed and produced by Alexandre Brongniart (French, 1770–1847) for King Charles X of France (r. 1824–30), primary porcelain painting by Pierre Huard (French, active 1811–47, d. 1857), designed by Alexandre Évariste Fragonard (French, 1780–1850), mounts by …

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Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (Sèvres, France)
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Photo by Dennis Cowley © Smithsonian Institution.
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
New York
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Jean-Charles-François Leloy (French, active 1816–44), designed and produced by Alexandre Brongniart …

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Jean-Charles-François Leloy (French, active 1816–44), designed and produced by Alexandre Brongniart (French, 1770–1847) for King Charles X of France (r. 1824–30), primary porcelain painting by Pierre Huard (French, active 1811–47, d. 1857), designed by Alexandre Évariste Fragonard (French, 1780–1850), mounts by …

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Manufacturer
Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (Sèvres, France)
Image rights
Photo by Dennis Cowley © Smithsonian Institution.

Jewel cabinet, 1825-1826

Casework of molded hard-paste porcelain with enamel-painted and fired decoration, with gilding in gold leaf and platinum, mounted in gilt bronze, joined mahogany drawers, gilt metal
Permanent collection