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A SEVRES PORCELAIN TAILLANDIER ROSE CUP AND SAUCER (GOBELET 'CALABRE' ET SOUCOUPE, 2EME GRANDEUR)
A SEVRES PORCELAIN TAILLANDIER ROSE CUP AND SAUCER (GOBELET 'CALABRE' ET SOUCOUPE, 2EME GRANDEUR)

CIRCA 1770, BLUE INTERLACED L'S MARKS, A DOT BELOW THAT ON THE CUP

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A SEVRES PORCELAIN TAILLANDIER ROSE CUP AND SAUCER (GOBELET 'CALABRE' ET SOUCOUPE, 2EME GRANDEUR) CIRCA 1770, BLUE INTERLACED L'S MARKS, A DOT BELOW THAT ON THE CUP Painted with amatory trophies within garlands of berried laurel, reserved on the pointillé ground within gilt lines, the border gilt with oval panels of laurel linked by similar swags 5¼ in. (13.3 cm.) diameter, the saucer (2)

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The trophies were most likely painted by Charles Buteux, l'aîné, who is noted as the most prolific painter of trophies and attributes at the Sèvres factory, 1756-82.

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