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SOLD#2711 OLD French Sevres Style Cherub PlateSOLD

 Hand painted, hand decorated, and SIGNED.  Signature is A.Pol, probably a very fine porcelain painter working out of Paris or Limoges in the late 19th or very early 20th century.  The undecorated ware of this beautiful plate was probably actually produced by the Sevres factory, but possibly not decorated there, therefore making it "Sevres" style, but not genuine Sevres.  Only wares decorated inside the Sevres factory are genuine Sevres  (Source:  Decorative Plates by the Harrans, page 105).   Many of these wares decorated outside the factory were of high quality and beautiful and desirable in their own right -- this gorgeous plate falls into that category from all appearances.  9" diameter.  Excellent condition. $225  February 2006

These over-the-glaze marks appear to be those from the reign of Louis-Phillippe in France, 1830-1848, and are most likely genuine Sevres marks, except for the red one.  The blue circled mark says Sevres 1844.  The  backward P's mark says SV 40 or possibly 4G (can't read the last digit or letter).   The red mark says Chateau Des Tuileries and represents the house or chateau for which this piece was decorated.  This red mark differs slightly in appearance from those in Danckert's, pages 604-605, which show the crown inside the circle, not outside, as seen above.   That makes it questionable for me, in which case I prefer to call this plate "Sevres" style, not genuine Sevres, until further information surfaces.  A similar mark is shown on page 395 of Gaston's Third Edition Limoges book, except it is Chateau De St. Cloud.  It is referred to as an overglaze decorating mark and dated c.1905.   On page 301 of Warman's English and Continental Pottery & Porcelain, 2nd Edition, there is lengthy discussion of the many Sevres reproductions, many of them with Chateau marks.  Anyone with additional information, please e-mail.

Item #2711
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SOLD#2663 Old "Sevres" Style French Demicup and SaucerSOLD

This set is obviously very old.  The mark is an overglaze blue mark (partially worn) and is so very similar to a Sevres mark dated 1872-1899 on page 427 of The Directory of European Porcelain by Danckert.  Those marks are referred to as "Republic round" marks.  At the very least, we believe it to be of French origin.  It is entirely hand painted and hand decorated except for the figural portrait which is a transfer.  Both cup and saucer are decorated with hand painted medallions, alternating with hand painted gold florals and applied enamel beads.    Even the inside of the cup is painted gold.  Saucer is 4 1/4" diameter.  Footed Cup is 2 1/4" tall x 2 1/8" diameter across top opening.  Excellent condition -- can't find anything wrong with it at all. We can't guarantee this is Sevres, only that it is similar.  E-mails are welcome with additional information.    $55 February 2006

  Item #2663

SOLD

SOLD#1790 French Ewers with Sevres-style Porcelain PanelsSOLD

 Hand painted porcelain and gilt bronze.  Signed:  P. H. Mourey, a 19th Century metal caster.  17 1/2" tall to top of griffins on handles.  Gorgeous.   $1,600 in July 2001

SOLD

SOLD#2256 French Porcelain Mini UrnSOLD

With gilt bronze mounts.  Finial on top and footed base.  Hand painted figural scene.  Body is in a beautiful cranberry lustre look with delicate gold designs shimmering on the surface -- hard to capture with the camera, but take a look at the closeup of the lid.  Approximately 8 1/2" tall.  The gilt has worn into a beautiful patina. Excellent to perfect condition overall.  A real beauty!!  We've never seen anything like this before now.  Age and origin unknown, but as is obvious from the underside of the base (see picture below), this is a very old piece.

French Porcelain Hand Painted  Figural Mini Urn Cranberry Lustre French or Austrian Hand Painted Porcelain Figural Urn
French Porcelain Mini Urn Cranberry Lustre French or Austrian Hand Painted Porcelain Figural Urn SOLD
SOLD#2254 French Sevres Style Hand Decorated Figural Plate PlaqueSOLD

This beautiful plate has been made to hang on the wall as a plaque and comes with the wire in place ready for display.  The beautiful figural scene gives the illusion of being hand painted and artist signed.  However, it is apparently a very high-quality transfer, but nonetheless a gorgeous plate with its bright and beautiful colors.  Heavy gold decoration.  Notice the detailed and intricate hand-applied rococo style raised gold decoration in the bed of the plate surrounding the beautiful figural scene.  The mark is blue and over the glaze and appears to be that of the Stulz porcelain decorating studio of Strasbourg, France, c.1925.  Approximately 10" diameter.  The plate is in perfect condition except for some wear on the hand-painted gold trim around the scalloped edge.

Sevres Style French Plate Figural Hand Painted Sevres Style French Plate Item #2254
SOLD
 

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