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A HARLEQUIN SET OF THREE PARIS (DARTE FRERES) PORCELAIN COBALT-BLUE GROUND CABINET PLATES AND A LOCRE PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE
A HARLEQUIN SET OF THREE PARIS (DARTE FRERES) PORCELAIN COBALT-BLUE GROUND CABINET PLATES AND A LOCRE PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE

IRON-RED STENCILED DARTE FRERES A PARIS MARKS IN USE 1804-1824 TO THE SET OF THREE; BLUE CROSSED TORCH AND GILT SCRIPT MRE DE S.A.R. MGE LE DUC DE BERRY/POUYAT FRES A PARIS. MARKS IN USE 1817-1820 TO THE TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE

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A HARLEQUIN SET OF THREE PARIS (DARTE FRERES) PORCELAIN COBALT-BLUE GROUND CABINET PLATES AND A LOCRE PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE IRON-RED STENCILED DARTE FRERES A PARIS MARKS IN USE 1804-1824 TO THE SET OF THREE; BLUE CROSSED TORCH AND GILT SCRIPT MRE de S.A.R. MGE LE DUC DE BERRY/POUYAT FRES A PARIS. MARKS IN USE 1817-1820 TO THE TOPOGRAPHICAL PLATE The set of three each painted with an Italianate view, the border enriched with a variant gilt garland; the topographical plate painted with a named view of the Pantheon in Paris, the cavetto edged with a gold band reserved with stars, the blue border gilt with anthemia, all four with gilt line rims 9 in. (23.2 cm.) diameter (4)

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The Pouyat brothers operated under the patronage of the duc de Berry between 1817 and 1820. See Michel Bloit, Trois Siècles de Porcelaine de Paris, Paris, 1988, pp. 50-52.

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