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A Paris porcelain rectangular topographical plaque

Christie's charge a premium to the buyer on the final bid price of each lot sold at the following rates: 23.8% of the final bid price of each lot sold up to and including €150,000 and 14.28% of any amount in excess of €150,000. Buyers' premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.
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A Paris porcelain rectangular topographical plaque

1840-1860, G. JEUNE WORKSHOP SCRIPT MARK

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A Paris porcelain rectangular topographical plaque
1840-1860, G. JEUNE WORKSHOP SCRIPT MARK
In the oil-painting-style, depicting Parisians promenading in the Tuileries gardens, inscribed in purple red Paris G.J.ne above vue du chateau des Tuileries within an elaborate gilt wooden frame
22 x 30.1 cm. (exc. frame)
Special Notice

Christie's charge a premium to the buyer on the final bid price of each lot sold at the following rates: 23.8% of the final bid price of each lot sold up to and including €150,000 and 14.28% of any amount in excess of €150,000. Buyers' premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.

Lot Essay

The Jardins des Tuileries were created for Catherine de Médicis in 1564 and redesigned by André le Nôtre in 1664. They once belonged to the Palais des Tuileries which was burned down during the Paris Commune uprisings in 1871.

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