The European Decorative Arts Company's collection of Objets d'Art comprises of fine items that represent a variety of ideas, materials, and techniques in the applied arts from the 17th century through the 19th century, including examples of Russian Imperial porcelain, Trapani coral, Limoges enamel, and micromosaics, and works by Froment Meurice and Jacob Petit.
For the reasons of craftsmanship, rarity, quality and authorship, these are considered Objets d'Art (objects of art), items of luxury that are meant to provide nothing more than a feast for the eyes of their possessor.
In-person viewing of our extensive collection can be arranged at our by-appointment-only showrooms.
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Monumental Charles X Quarter-Striking Double-Sided Ormolu Portico Clock by Piolaine a Paris, Dated 1828.
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