A VINCENNES PORCELAIN CAMIAEU BLEU LOBED PLATE
A VINCENNES PORCELAIN CAMIAEU BLEU LOBED PLATE

CIRCA 1755, BLUE INTERLACED L'S ABOVE PAINTER'S MARK OF A SCRIPT UPPERCASE R, INCISED WITH TWO LOWER CASE SCRIPT L'S

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A VINCENNES PORCELAIN CAMIAEU BLEU LOBED PLATE
CIRCA 1755, BLUE INTERLACED L'S ABOVE PAINTER'S MARK OF A SCRIPT UPPERCASE R, INCISED WITH TWO LOWER CASE SCRIPT L'S
Painted in monochrome blue with a ‘hop trellis’ pattern of flowering vines entwined around a blue filet, the duodecagonal border with concentric blue scalloped and gilt feathered bands
9 ½ in. (24 cm.) diameter

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Lot Essay

A script R is the mark of an as yet unidentified painter at Vincennes and Sèvres active 1754-1759. Cf. David Peters, Sèvres Plates and Services of the 18th Century, Privately Printed, Little Berkhamsted, 2005, vol. I, p. 92.

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