These three flower panels were inspired by French 18th century porcelain. Flowers were a central theme in rococo design, as seen in the exquisite flower painting of Sevres and Nymphenburg porcelain, in chintz fabrics, and in the work of painters such as François Boucher.
In the field of decorative plasterwork the modelling of flowers reached perfection in the mid 18th century, and this era has been rich source of inspiration and learning for us. Tulip, Peony and Rose were designed and modelled by Geoffrey and are available in a limited edition of ten sets. Each set is cast to order and signed and numbered on the reverse. Each panel measures 51cm x 36cm and has a hook cast into the back for hanging. Please scroll down for ordering, delivery and installation information.
How to order: Please contact us on email@example.com for a price list.
Lead time: Please allow up to three weeks for your order to be cast and dried.
Delivery: UK delivery is included in the price. International delivery is charged at cost – please ask for a quote. For international sales VAT, tax and export charges may differ. Please ask us for details.
Installation: Tulip, Peony and Rose have hooks cast into the back for hanging and can be hung much like a group of pictures. We are happy to advise on installation and can provide a quote if required.
Further information and high-resolution photographs are available on request. Please contact Geoffrey or Jenny on 01392 811421 or firstname.lastname@example.org