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Details & Cataloguing

Style : Mobilier, Objets d’art et Orfèvrerie

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Paris

A Sèvres soft-paste porcelain plate, circa 1775
decorated with a central roses bouquet in a medaillon, the rim with roses and barbeaux between foliage garlands wrapping around golden nets, marked with the golden interlaced LL, without letter date, mark of the gilder Vandé
Diam. 24,5 cm ; 9 2/3  in.
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Provenance

Probably Louis-Philippe d'Orléans (1747-1793), duc de Chartres, later duc d'Orléans and Philippe-Egalité

Adela Ocampo de Heimendahl, Paris & Buenos Aires (acquired from the artist)

Madeleine Ocampo de Casares-Lumb, Buenos Aires (by descent from the above)

Alberto Casares Ocampo, Buenos Aires (by descent from the above)

Thence by descent

Literature

David Peters, Sèvres Plates and Services of the 18th Century, 2015, Vol. III, n° 77-2 and 78-1, p. 569-570 and pp. 583-84

Catalogue Note

This plate, without any date, could come from two services with similar decoration of roses garlands and barbeaux, one delivered on March 7 1777 to Duke of Chartres, future Duke of Orléans, the other on March 11 1778 to Richard Smith, commander in chief of the French army in Bengal.

Style : Mobilier, Objets d’art et Orfèvrerie

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Paris