9 October 2013
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A SEVRES PORCELAIN BLEU CELESTE DOUBLE-LIPPED SAUCEBOAT (SAUCIERE 'A DEUX BECS')
BLUE INTERLACED L'S ENCLOSING DATE LETTER L FOR 1764, PAINTER'S MARK FOR MEREAUD, INCISED IP
Painted with shaped panels of loose bouquets within gilt rocaille foliate cartouches enclosing trellis and diaper, gilt dentil rim
9 in. (22.9 cm.) long
The Estate of Mrs. Robert Lehman; Sotheby's, New York, 18 November 2010, lot 10.
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Charles-Louis Méreaud, recorded at Sèvres as a painter of flowers and patterns, 1756-80.
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