Saint Cloud Porcelain Lobed Cup and Trembleuse Saucer
Circa 1740, unmarked
Finely enameled in the Kakiemon palette with banded hedges and rockwork issuing branches of prunus and bamboo, the cup with branch handle, the conforming socketed saucer with raised lobed gallery.
Diameter of saucer 5 inches.
See, Christine Lahaussois, Porcelaines de Saint-Cloud, pp. 143-144 for variation of this design and molding.
For a similarly decorated cup and saucer, see the Collection of Mrs. H. Dupuy, Parke-Bernet Galleries, 2 April 1948, lot 260. For a pair of similar cups and saucers see the Alexander Collection, Christie's, New York, 30 April 1999, lot 285.
C Estate of Sarah Belk Gambrell
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