Capo di monte Porcelain – Carriage and Pair – Bruno Merli (dec’d)
This piece of Capodimonte porcelain depicts a couple sitting in the back of a horse drawn carriage. The story of this piece is that a young man meets a young lady to embark on a journey, but her younger brother is eves dropping to protect his sister and is listening to their conversation. This piece is one of the top collector’s items and is created by one of the most well known Capo di monte artists, Bruno Merli, who has now passed away.
Capodimonte porecelain is the ultimate collector’s item!
Having originated in 1736 by King Charles III of Naples in the village of Capodimonte, this figurine porcelain is of the finest quality known. The figurines are all handmade and are renowned for both the very fine detail and also the richness of the colours used. The ultra fine porcelain mix has always and will always, remain a secret and the world has seen no quality equal to it. Sadly, many of the sculptors have now passed away, therefore the secrets of production have died away with the old masters. Each and every piece is made slightly differently whether this be an inclination of the head, a glance of the eye or a different shade of muffler, hence each piece is truly an original and an individual work of art!
These pieces are growing in value over time and are truly collector’s items.
Please note – all sizing is approximate.
All items arrive boxed and fully gift wrapped at no extra cost.