1757-1758 French Sèvres chamber pot at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Looking at the elongated oval shape of this piece, I think it was specifically a bourdaloue: a chamber pot designed to allow women to use them without disrobing or attempting to squat while in large and cumbersome dresses. These would be discreetly slipped underneath the skirt and held between the thighs when in use; if executed with grace, a woman could use one standing up.

1813 French Sèvres Tray at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Handpainted French Limoges porcelain dresser set

1837 French Sèvres Standing cup at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Teapot (Théière Asselin) Sèvres Manufactory (1740–present) Date: 1813 Medium - Hard paste porcelain - collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

A collection of English, French, and German snuff and patch boxes......

1900s Antique Chocolate Pot

Cup and Saucer Sèvres Manufactory Date: 1780

Table snuffbox Meissen Manufactory. 1750

Haviland Limoges hand painted, chocolate pot

#Meissen -- Hard--paste Porcelain Covered Jug -- Circa 1760 -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

1764 French Sèvres Cup with cover and tray at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

blue and white

Loving Cup Manufactured by Tiffany & Co.  (1837–present) Date: 1891

teacups

Ewer and Basin, Sèvres, 1795

Bourdalon, or female urinal (chamber pot), English, c 1805 - Spode china.

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