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A MASSIVE PAIR OF FRENCH ROYAL ARMORIAL DISHES
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A MASSIVE PAIR OF FRENCH ROYAL ARMORIAL DISHES

YONGZHENG PERIOD, CIRCA 1730

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A MASSIVE PAIR OF FRENCH ROYAL ARMORIAL DISHES
YONGZHENG PERIOD, CIRCA 1730
Each enameled with the Royal arms of Louis XV within the orders of Saint-Michel and Saint-Esprit, a band of gilt and iron-red scrolling lotus at the well punctuated by cartouches of addorned L's, the rim with Kakiemon style panels of fans and lotus alternate with bowls of finger citrus and other fruit on elaborate daises
18 ½ in. (47 cm.) diameter, each
Provenance
Louis XV, King of France and Navarre, circa 1725-1730.
Presented to the Orleans family.
Presented to a French noble family by Charles X.

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