18 - 19 December 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF FRENCH CREAMWARE BLACK TRANSFER-PRINTED SERVING PIECES,
IMPRESSED MARKS FOR CREIL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY,
comprising an tureen and cover printed with mythological scenes; a sauce tureen on fixed stand and cover printed with topographical scenes; an ewer printed with named topographical scene of 'Chateau De St. Elme, Naples'; a circular charger printed with scene of 'Le Corps du Prince Poniatowski retrouvé dans l'Elster'; and a navette-form dish printed with goddess 'Diane'; together with a serving bowl printed in manganese with scene of 'Orphée et Euridice'
The circular charger 14in. (36cm.) diameter (8)
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