Question: How is Capodimonte marked?

Capodimonte Fleur de Lis Mark (First Version) This marking was usually stamped in either blue or gold on the bottom of pieces made during this era. Some pieces were impressed or incised with a similar mark. Most examples with this stamping are considered to be rarities and are held in private collections or museums.

Are Capodimonte figurines still made?

Executed between 1757 and 1759, it is still intact except for a chandelier destroyed in World War II. The modern production includes figurines and heavily decorated vases, urns, chandeliers, and other objects. Realistic floral designs, including individual blossoms, are widely identified with the Capodimonte name.

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