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A SEVRES (HARD PASTE) BLEU AGATE TOPOGRAPHICAL DESSERT PLATE FROM THE SERVICE DES 'PETITES VUES DE FRANCE',
CIRCA 1833, GREEN PRINTED LOSANGE MARK WITH DATE CODE, BLUE PRINTED CROWNED LP CYPHER, INCISED AND DECORATION MARKS,
the center with the view of a landscape within France within a gilt Greek Key surround, the bleu agate border gilt with anthemia and laurel
Supplied to Louis-Philippe of France for the Tuilleries Palace, 1833.
The present plate is from a service supplied to Louis Philippe for the Tuilleries Palace. Comprising a total of 133 pieces at a total cost of 18,160 French francs. Most of the landscapes were painted by Langlacé, Lebel, and Develly. For a detailed discussion of the service and its makeup, see Serge Grandjean and Marcelle Brunet, Les Grands Services de Sèvres, Exhibition Catalogue, 1951. Another plate from this service was sold anonymously, Christie's Paris, 23 June 2005, lot 360.