19TH CENTURY FRENCH PORCELAIN HAND PAINTED "RURAL LOVERS"
PATTERN SAUCER DISH DATED C.1835
early nineteenth century French porcelain from the Royal manufactory of
Sevres. This beautiful saucer dish was decorated in 1835 by an
unidentified but talented French ceramic artist. A beautifully and rare
painted example of a "Rural Lovers" figure group
within a classic Sevres Rose pompadour surround. The porcelain is the
French Sevres hard paste porcelain that replaced the softer post
Vincennes pate tendre after 1760. Examples of genuine marked Sevres of
quality are always popular and a must have for only the best,
comprehensive, porcelain cabinet collection."Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
From the treasured china collection of a lady.
width 134 mm max.
as illustrated including the Louise Philippe printed mark
with date and incised potting code marks.
Excellent with no significant defects or damages to
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