"Bouret" sugar pot (second size) made of hard porcelain from Sèvres with polychrome decoration of port scenes contained in gilt reserves surrounded by garlands also in gilding, taking the lid in the shape of fruit. Marked: LL intertwined and mark "D" of the painter Dusolle (active in Sèvres between 1768 and 1774) This sugar pot dates from the beginnings of hard porcelain to sèvres - Eighteenth century - around 1770
Two soft porcelain knives from Saint-Cloud finished in lacrosse, decorated in polychrome with birds, grenades, rocaille cartouche and floral scrolls. Steel blade and silver mount - Eighteenth century
Rare pair of knives, the handles of soft porcelain of Saint-Cloud decorated with lambrequins, sword blades struck with coats of arms on each of the faces and punch of the cutler, silver ferrules - Eighteenth century - around 1720-1730
SÈVRES - Cup and saucer called "Goblet Bouillard" in soft porcelain decorated in blue and gold with waving ribbons adorned with garlands of blue flowers on a gold striated background. Marked: LL interlaced, without letter-date - Eighteenth century - around 1765-1768 - Louis XV era - Reference: A saucer of this model in the collections Hinton Ampner, Hampshire (Great Britain)
Two pots made of soft porcelain of Paris decorated with lambrequins in blue - Eighteenth century
Tray and six pots in cream soft paste porcelain Arras to décor-called "the bramble" Marked but a cream jug no brand. Eighteenth century
Arras - covered round terrine décor bone china blue monochrome flowering twigs, the side grips and the grip of the lid-shaped branches rock. Marked: AR in blue and painter's mark (bird) Eighteenth century.
Pair of ovoid form on a pedestal decorated on a front of two women with their children, on the other side decor gilding of love on his chariot pulled by a griffin and the other pulled by a kite on pink and green background, handles depicting female faces unglazed bisque - Period Restoration - 1820