Ornamental porcelain from Paris at mid 19th century, mostly in pale pink, light green, mauve, black, and gold. Jacob Petit, maker. Born in 1796 he started out working for Sèvres before starting out on his own.

Pair of baluster form vases with scalloped gilt rims and scrolled handles. Fruit applied all over on a a gilt vermiculé ground.
Pair of baluster form vases with scalloped gilt rims and scrolled handles. Fruit applied all over on a gilt vermiculé ground. Mid 19th c. French. Blue “JP” monogram marks. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/a-pair-of-jacob-petit-porcelain-fruit-encrusted-5607676-details.aspx
Potpourri jar and cover.
Potpourri jar and cover, square form with a pierced gilded relief frieze. Has vignettes of young lovers to one side and a portrait titled “Mlle de Fontanges” (a mistress of Louis XIV) to the other side. Lion mask and paw feet. Pierced cover with gilt foliate scrolling. Blue “JP” underglaze mark to the base. 19th c. Image © 2019 Case Antiques, Knoxville. Fair use license. via https://caseantiques.com/item/lot-389-jacob-petit-potpourri-urn-and-cover/
Pair of figural spill vases in the form of open mouthed gilt fish.
Pair of figural spill vases in the form of open-mouthed gilt fish, resting on a base of seashells and flowers. mid 19th c. French. Signed “JP”. Image © 2018 Brunk Auctions, Inc. Asheville. Fair use license. via https://brunkauctions.com/lot/pair-of-fish-vases-by-jacob-petit-3080921
Pair of dodecagon shaped incense holders with pierced covers.
Pair of dodecagon shaped incense holders with pierced covers.Gilt animal feet on the base. Applied gilt male face masks on the body and lavishly painted in bright colors. Underside with a blue ground and painted in the center with a gilt flying insect. ca. 1840. Attributed to Jacob Petit. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/porcelain/paris-porcelain-incense-holders-attributed-to-jacob-petit-circa-1840/id-f_11970181/

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