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Manufacture Flamen-Fleury, Paris

Estimate:

2,000 - 3,000 EUR

Manufacture Flamen-Fleury, Paris

Manufacture Flamen-Fleury, Paris

Estimate:

2,000 - 3,000 EUR

Lot sold:

3,780

EUR

Manufacture Flamen-Fleury, Paris

 A shell-moulded polychromed painted porcelain tea service, Charles X, circa 1830


including ten cups, a teapot, ten saucers and two pots, painted and embellished with gold, the shape and the decorations evoking shells and corals, certain pieces having under the base the mark "Flamen Fleury à Paris"

Height 6 2/3 in; height 2 in


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Manufacture Flamen-Fleury, Paris

service à thé en porcelaine de Paris, d'époque Charles X, vers 1830


comprenant dix tasses, dix sous-tasses, une théière et deux verseuses, peint et rehaussé d'or, la forme et les décors évoquant des coquillages et des coraux, certaines pièces disposant sous la base de la marque "Flamen Fleury à Paris"

Haut. 17 cm, haut. 5 cm


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The illustrations are accurate. Good overall condition despite the inevitable minor dents and scratches due to age and use. Two bottoms of cups with chips, wear to the gilding, one cup with a crack.


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