this cobalt blue vase probably comes from either Belgium or France. It is 46 cm tall from the base to the point on the lid. The base is 11cm square. It has no chips or scratches.
family owned either purchased in France, Belgium, or possibly Italy.
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The mark looks like and 18th Century mark but isn't, and the signature doesn't match any of the decorators on record for the 18th Century, further reinforcing that this is a 19th Century piece.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A Sevres style hand-painted and parcel gilt cobalt glazed footed covered vase.
French, 19th Century
Vasiform shape and circular section with a domed cover (lid), the body with a large decorative panel depicting figures in a landscape and signed lower right "Chenily", all on a cobalt-glazed ground with gilt accents, on a flaring foot on a square bronze socle.
46 cm overall height, base 11 by 11 cm square
CONDITION: appears to be in good condition
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