Sèvres porcelain, France, square deep lobed dish, feuille de choux decor, marked and dated 1780
Sèvres porcelain, France, square deep lobed dish, feuille de choux decor, marked and dated 1780

Sèvres porcelain bowl feuille de choux decor 1780

B = L = 21 cm; H 3.5 cm

 600,00

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Sèvres hard porcelain square four-lobed deep dish decorated in the so-called feuille de choux pattern. Muscle white glaze. Standing on a square lobed unglazed base ring. The wall consists of four slightly lobed sides, rounded at each corner and slightly constricted, creating a relief indentation inside. The four large surfaces are painted with a cabbage leaf with some relief at the edges, painted in underglaze blue with gilded outline. In between four arches decorated in relief .. Inside the cabbage leaves there is always polychrome hand-painted with a flower owl with a rose, peony, forget me nots and a dahlia, with green leaves, this in petit feu colors. The smaller rounded surfaces are painted with a thick semicircular toothed band in gold. All compartments end in a blue and gold colored curl. In the center of the plateau we see a small floral decor with mushrooms. The lip is also gold plated. Glazed at the bottom except for the base ring. In the center of the base we see the well-known underglaze blue mark of Sèvres from the 18th century with the two intertwined L’s, with the capital letters “CC” inside, for the year 1780. Below the letters “nt”, to the left of four vertical dots. (for Théodore 1765-71 or later), on the edge in overglaze blue the capital letter “W” These are the marks of molders and painters.

Condition: scratches in the surface, a few dots in the glaze, gold on the lip slightly worn, otherwise perfect.

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