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This Paris porcelain “Troubadour” mantel clock was made about 1875. It is named for the elaborately costumed entertainer seated at the top. It has the typical Paris porcelain polychrome and gilded decoration. (photo credit: New Orleans Auction Galleries)“Paris porcelain” is the name used in “Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price List” for the....

 

 


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