A Sèvres blue-ground plate, circa 1769
Lot 233
A Sèvres blue-ground plate, circa 1769
Sold for £437 (US$ 735) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Sèvres blue-ground plate, circa 1769
Assiette à palmes, painted with scattered roses in the well, the rim with a bleu Fallot-ground painted with flower sprigs against a pattern of gilt dotted circles, the moulded edge of the rim embellished in gilding, 24.8cm diameter, interlaced LL monogram enclosing date letter q and painter's mark in puce, incised CT


  • Provenance:
    English Private Collection since the 1930s

    Thirty plates and other pieces from the service are in the Hillwood Museum, Washington D.C. (D. Peters, Sèvres Plates and Services of the Eighteenth Century (2005), II, p. 421).
  1. Sarah Shirley-Priest
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    Solihull, B93 0HT
    United Kingdom
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