Sèvres Porcelain (Later-Decorated) Gilt Trellis Pink-Ground Plate (Assiette Unie)
The porcelain late 18th century, blue interlaced L's mark and script painter's mark for de Laroche, incised potter's mark F with serifs, the 19th century ground color and gilt decoration perhaps by Edward Holmes Baldock
The center finely painted with a tight bouquet, the border with four cartouches enclosing birds, the pink border enriched with ombriert gilt trellis. Diameter 9 1/2 inches (24 cm).
For a similar plate, see The Charles-Otto Zieseniss Collection, Christie's, Paris, 5 & 6 December 2001, lot 33.
Jacques François Louis de Laroche was a painter of flowers and birds active at Sèvres 1759-1801.
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