Sale 22CN03 | Lot 1034

Sèvres (Première République Française) Porcelain Sang de Boeuf Ground Coffee-Can and Saucer (Gobelet Litron et sa Soucoupe)

Catalogue: English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts

Lot Details

Lot 1034
Sèvres (Première République Française) Porcelain Sang de Boeuf Ground Coffee-Can and Saucer (Gobelet Litron et sa Soucoupe)
Circa 1795, blue RF monogram mark above Sèvres .D. painter's PM monogram mark for Massy, gilder's 2000 mark for Vincent and HP for Prévost
Painted with flower specimen within oval reserves, the borders banded by berry and floral vine. Height 2 5/8 inches (6.67 cm).

Provenance:
With The Antique Porcelain Company, Inc., New York (label).

For a sample plate with this rare reddish-brown ground flecked with gold and incorporating decorative beaded floral ovolo medallions, see the J. Paul Getty Museum Collection, accession no. 88.DE.2.

Pierre Massy was a painter of flowers and birds at Sèvres active 1778-1802.
Henry-François Vincent, jeune, was a gilder at Sèvres active 1753-1800.
Henri Martin Prévost, jeune, was a gilder active at Sèvres 1757-1797.



C The Estate of a European Collector

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Additional Notes & Condition Report

Wear to gilt rims, some discoloration to ground color.


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English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts

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