3 November 1999
'Service Rousseau', A thirty-three piece Set of Tableware
Designed by Eugene Rousseau and Felix Bracquemond, 1866, manufactured 1899-1902 and 1903-1913
Individually decorated with floral and animal motifs
1 Soup Tureen
1 Gravy Boat on Stand
1 Serving Platter
6 Soup Bowls
3 Side Plates
18 Salad Plates
The tureen 13in. (33cm.) maximum length; the soup tureen 11in. (28cm.) maximum diameter; the gravy boat 10in. (27cm.) maximum length; the plates 12in. (32cm.) diameter and smaller; the serving platter 17in. (45cm.) maximum length
The majority with stencilled mark Maisons Toy & Leveille RUNIES 10. RUE DE LA PAIX PARIS (mark for 1903-1913) and numbered variously; the serving platter and three plates with stencilled mark E. Leveille 140 Fg St Honor Paris (mark for 1899-1902) and numbered variously (33)
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Cf: Svres, Revue de la Socit des Amis du Muse National de Cramique, op.cit.
See also: Alain Gruber (ed.), op.cit.
Jean-Paul Bouillon, Christine Shimizu, Philippe Thibaut, op.cit.
Cleveland Museum of Art, op.cit.
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