A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769
A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769
A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769
A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769
A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769
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A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769

Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000 GBP

A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769

Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000 GBP

Starting Bid:1,800GBP
(0 bids, reserve not met)

Lot Details

Description

A SÈVRES PLATE, 1769


assiette à palmes, painted with scattered pink roses below a bleu Fallot-ground border gilt with an oeil-de-perdrix pattern and reserved flower sprigs, blue interlaced L's, painter's mark for Jean-Jacques Pierre le jeune (active as a painter 1763-1800)

25cm., 9⅞in. wide


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Condition Report

Small footrim chip and very minor wear to gilding. Slight surface scratches.


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Cataloguing

Catalogue Note

'Bleu Fallot' was first produced on a dinner service made as a diplomatic gift from Louis XV to the Austrian ambassador, Prince Starhemberg. A similar part service 'a palmes', also made in 1769, is in the collection of the Dukes of Bedford, Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire. Another slightly later service is in the Hillwood Museum, Washington.

Porcelain of Royal and Noble Distinction
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