17 - 18 November 1999
A SEVRES CAMAIEU ROSE ECUELLE, COVER AND SHAPED OVAL STAND (ECUELLE 'ROND TOURNEE' ET PLATEAU 'OVALE', 1ERE GRANDEUR)
Blue interlaced L's enclosing date letter L for 1764, smeared interlaced L's to the stand, painter's mark possibly for Chabry fils to the stand, the ecuelle incised 0, the stand incised 6u
Painted in pink with vignettes after Boucher of putti in landscapes alternating with sprays of roses, gilt dental rims
10in. (26cm.) long, the stand (2)
Private European Collection, acquired prior to World War II
By descent through the family
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See The Property of a Lady, Christie's, London, 9 May 1977, lot 9 for a similar example dated 1773.
Etienne-Jean Chabry, fils, recorded at Svres as a painter of cherubs in landscapes after Boucher, 1764-1787.
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