SEVRES Tuileries PALACE Plate 1846 - ANTIQUE -


Beautiful antique and highly decorative Sevres porcelain plate with cherubs. One is playing a flute and the other has a bow and arrow. It has hand decoration, transfers and gilt decoration. At the center of the plate is the crown of France above entwined L and P. This is the cypher of Louis-Philippe (1830-1848), the last king of France and it is flanked by two cherubs. The plate is signed by the artist. Looks like Debricy. The rim is pink and the outer scalloped rim sports a continuous gold ivy or grape tendril. The Tuileries (roughly translates as Tulip Garden) was the Paris residence of the kings of France. It was burned and razed to the ground in 1870. It's famous gardens remain at the west end of the Louvre complex in central Paris.

MARKS: Sevres 1846 in a circle, Chateau Des Tuileries Sevres destination mark. S 46 in an oval, Sevres date mark. France and the number 60. All as as shown in photo.

Circa 1846

MEASURES: 9 1/4 inches in diameter,

Very Good overall condition. No chips, cracks or repairs found. Some gold wear and 2 tiny spots of pink on the inner rim are missing. Not sure if from use or a manufacturer flaw.

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