Halcyon Days Queen Mary delft prestige enamel box

Queen Mary delft prestige enamel box

Product code: 30166440\1

Availability: In stock

Queen Mary was a keen collector of Chinese porcelain and she also brought 17th-century Delftware from Holland when she came to the throne with her Dutch husband, William of Orange. Hampton Court Palace became the centre of the court with many rooms accented with magnificent pieces of Chinese porcelain and Delftware, including large vases for tulips.

The design of this enamel box is inspired by the Ceramic Collection of Queen Mary II and each enamel box has been lovingly handcrafted by a team of highly skilled artisans. The process, which has been handed down through generations, requires painstaking accuracy, patience and dedication to create the flawless appearance of each piece.

Artists paint the design by hand, using special enamel paints which can take days depending on the complexity of each design.

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Queen Mary was a keen collector of Chinese porcelain and she also brought 17th-century Delftware from Holland when she came to the throne with her Dutch husband, William of Orange. Hampton Court Palace became the centre of the court with many rooms accented with magnificent pieces of Chinese porcelain and Delftware, including large vases for tulips.

The design of this enamel box is inspired by the Ceramic Collection of Queen Mary II and each enamel box has been lovingly handcrafted by a team of highly skilled artisans. The process, which has been handed down through generations, requires painstaking accuracy, patience and dedication to create the flawless appearance of each piece.

Artists paint the design by hand, using special enamel paints which can take days depending on the complexity of each design.

£500.00
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    • This enamel box is beautifully packaged in an elegant presentation case in the Halcyon Days pale blue and mocha house colours.

      Halcyon Days’ enamels and porcelain are incomparable collector’s items, gifts par excellence. They are direct descendants of the rare and beautiful enamels of 18th century England. Prized by collectors all over the world, each piece is a small work of art and an antique of tomorrow.

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