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Franz Porcelain Vase, Van Gogh Iris (LE 988) 

Franz Porcelain Vase, Van Gogh Iris (LE 988)    FZ03290 Franz Porcelain

Status: Available | Condition: Porcelain Figurine | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited Edition of 988 | Dim:12x8-3/8x15-3/8 inch | Franz Porcelain| Item #: FZ03290

Price: $ 3,135.00 USD      

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Franz Porcelain Vase, Van Gogh Iris (LE 988)   is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $1,045.00 over 60 days.

Layaway Option Schedule
10/25/2020  $1,045.00 1st payment
11/24/2020  $1,045.00 2nd payment
12/24/2020  $1,045.00 3rd & final payment

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Available for purchase today, October  25, 2020

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Vase, Van Gogh Iris (LE 988) - FZ03290  

NOTES: Iris - Van Gogh porcelain vase with wooden base This piece draws on Van Goghs oil painting Irises, 1890, vividly showing the artists ardent passion for life. (Licensing from Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam) In 1889 and 1890, Van Gogh stayed in a psychiatric hospital in the southern French village of Saint-Rémy, where he worked by seeking his subjects in nature. He created many flower still lifes, and one of them was Irises, 1890. The painting features an ingenious composition of bluish-purple (violet) and yellow colors, oozing a modern flavor through a stark contrast of hues. The “Iris” porcelain vase features smooth, vivid purple iris petals swaying with elegance in a peculiar rhythm. As bright and charming as spring, the blossoms unfold to form a blaze of color that will deeply touch the viewer. .

Vase, Van Gogh Iris (LE 988)   by Franz Porcelain 

Franz Porcelain bio

Chinese pottery has always been an important part of Oriental culture - and with Franz Porcelain it is evident that this story will continue in the 21st century.
Throughout history, the masterpieces of artisan-produced Chinese porcelain have been much sought after and admired for their excellent craftsmanship. However, in the early 18th century, fuelled by the demand for this exquisite porcelain, European mining and smelting experts finally discovered the secret of how porcelain was made. By their consistent attention and innovation, the founders of such prestigious European factories embraced their dreams to produce fine porcelain.
Created in 2002, the new brand, Franz embodies the power of this cultural heritage. Franz porcelains capture cultural, artistic, and fashion elements. Focusing on nature themes all elements combined result in some of the most creative and unique items in the market today.
Franz Porcelain is writing a new chapter for world-renowned porcelain houses. Franz Porcelain not only embraces Chinese porcelain's rich heritage, but also heads for a new era. Franz Porcelain is therefore not only a new and exciting way of producing fine home decor, but is part of living history.
Inspired by the love for nature, Franz Porcelain developed delicate butterflies, fragile flowers, whimsical animals, and other motifs that successfully and uniquely combine traditional Chinese character with classic Art Nouveau designs. Every piece of Franz Porcelain blends the essence of Oriental culture with the styling inspired by Western artistry. Franz Porcelain is created using the finest Chinese clay and glazes - and with a little touch of magic from the goodwill of the Chinese spirits of Fire and Earth! More than a dozen separate processes go into the production of the intricately sculpted Franz Porcelain tabletop, vases, and decorative accents.
Franz's talented staff of artisans has experimented with the many ways to glaze, decorate and fire ceramics for decades. Today, they employ traditional underglazing techniques as well as colored glazing, crystalline glazing and overglazing to produce unique and elegant products. Using the underglazing technique, the finest Chinese clay is painted with a subtle Oriental color palette, coated with a layer of transparent glaze, and put into a kiln for firing at a temperature of about 1,000 Celsius degrees. The end results are aesthetically pleasing, and create a distinctively stylish decor collection.
Every piece of porcelain that Franz Porcelain delivers to our valuable customers superbly illustrates Franz Porcelain creators' graceful design, intricate skills, and the desire for perfection. The company's continued investment in production techniques and highly skilled artisans will ensure that these unique designs can be recreated in fine detail and meet the market demand for home decor ranges.