An 18th Century Sevres Porcelain Cup and Saucer, 1756. Decorated in Puce with Meandering Lose Garlands of Roses Intertwining a Ribbon. The Handel of Rococo Form. The Base with Interlaced L's for the Sevres Porcelain Factory and 'D' for 1756. The Top of the Sevres Mark has a Painter's Mark that I have not been Able to Identify.
AN ORMOLU-MOUNTED SEVRES PORCELAIN BLEU NOUVEAU VASE ('VASE A GORGES' OR 'VASE A TROIS GORGES') THE PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1770-1780, THE LATER SOCLE WITH GREEN MARK FOR 1868 AND DECORATION MARK FOR 1912, THE ORMOLU BASE OF A LATER DATE Gilt overall with a tight diaper pattern, gilt dentil rims
Flower CULTure Sevres porcelain flowers are so impossibly delicate, varied and multitudinous as to honestly and humbly mimic one of nature’s greatest inventions to a tee. Madame du Pompadour, who we...
A Sèvres Teapot, circa 1758-60 This Sèvres porcelain teapot (a théière Calabre) is decorated with turquoise-blue (bleu céleste) ribbons and flowers painted in natural colours. On either side birds are painted in the reserves, depicted in natural settings and clearly attributable to Louis-Denis Armand l'aîné. Factory marks in blue. The lid appears to be a later replacement. H. 12.5cm W.17cm D.9.5cm No: 9403