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26481

Pair of Plates, 9-3/4" diameter. White, the rim molded in relief with a design of alternating cornecopia and shields.

Mark: J.P. in blue

Reference; for a similar white plate with different relief see the Victoria and Albert Museum, Ceramics Study Galleries, Britain & Europe, room 139, case 28, shelf 6

1834-1840

JACOB PETIT

France

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23326

SET OF FOUR PLATES, diameter 8-3/4 inches.

With a shaped gold rim, the border alternating molded gold leaves and painted floral sprays. The well with small sprays around a central posy of flowers. Each plate with a different floral centre. Minor wear to gilding.

Red Stencil Mark on reverse "DENUELLE å Paris".

c.1825

DENUELLE

Paris

$640.00

26019

CUP & SAUCER, 2-1/2" high. Soft paste body. In the "Sevrés" style with a ground of blue circles, white reserves framed with a garland of colorful flowers. Gold rim and accents. Mark: faux Sevres mark in blue. Small chip to footrim.

c.1870

BETTIGNES

Saint Amand-les_Eaux

$275.00

 

25232

CAN & SAUCER, Beidermeir style with high ring handle. Gilded ground with oval puce reserves centered with gilt winged mythical creatures. The front of the can painted with a soldier on horseback. Unmarked. Wear to gilding on saucer.
1815-25
 PARIS

$345.00

22701 SOLD

PLATE, diameter 9 inches. Decorated in gold. Two areas of wear on the deep outer band in well.

Marked on reverse with full address

1802-1828

DESARNEAUX

Paris

 

SOLD
         

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