Two Sèvres Porcelain Roses and Bleu Céleste Taillandier Ground Coffee-Cans and Saucers (Gobelet Litron et sa Soucoupe, 3eme Grandeur)
Circa 1786, blue interlaced L's marks and date letters jj, painter's fleur de lys for Taillandier, incised 43 and 46 to saucers, one with gilder's mark HP for Prévost
Each painted with scattered pink roses reserved within gilt wreaths on the patterned turquoise and blue dotted circlet ground. Height of each can 2 1/2 inches (6 cm), diameter of each saucer 4 5/8 inches (11.8 cm).
For a similar teapot and cup and saucer, see The Elizabeth Stafford Collection, Christie's, New York, 31 October 2018, lot 1163.
Vincent Tallandier was recorded as a painter of flowers at Sèvres active 1753-1790.
Henry Martin Prévost, l'aîné, was recorded as a gilder at Sèvres active 1757-1797.
C The Estate of a European Collector
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