Pot-pourri vases to make everything smell like a just picked rose. French. Charles Nicolas Dodin. Living from 1734 to 1803, he became a premier painter for Sèvres.

Vase. Pot-pourri fontaine ou à dauphin.
Vase. Pot-pourri fontaine ou à dauphin. ca. 1760. Soft-paste porcelain, pink, green, and bleu lapis ground colors, polychrome enamel and gilding. Painted decoration attributed to Charles-Nicolas Dodin. Collection of the Paul J. Getty Trust. Digital image courtesy of the Getty’s Open Content Program. via http://www.getty.edu/art/collection/objects/5666/painted-decoration-attributed-to-charles-nicolas-dodin-sevres-manufactory-vase-pot-pourri-fontaine-ou-a-dauphin-french-about-1760/
Pot-pourri "gondole" vase with a green background. 1756.
Pot-pourri “gondole” vase with a green background. 1756. Image © Tout Pour Les Femmes – 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.toutpourlesfemmes.com/archive/versailles-splendeur-de-la-peinture-sur-porcelaine-charles-nicolas-dodin-1734-1804
Ship pot-pourri with pink ground and Chinese decor. c. 1760.
Ship pot-pourri with pink ground and Chinese decor. c. 1760. Soft-paste porcelain. Collection of the Musée du Louvre, Paris. Image © Web Gallery of Art. Fair use license. via https://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/d/dodin/index.html
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