2 May 2006
A Tournai 'camaïeu vert' chinoiserie deep plate
1775-1800, TROISIEME PERIODE, INCISED WITH II
Inspired by engravings by Pillement, painted with a couple of 'Orientals' reclining on a grassy vignette, one holding a stick, the shaped border with a rocaille trellised band, the edge outlined in gilt
23.2 cm. diam.
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For a related plate see Exhibition catalogue, Cent Ans de Porcelaines de Tournai, le legs André Belley, Mariemont, 1984, p.31 nr. 21.
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