Pair of small oval dishes in porcelain from Nast à Paris with polychrome decoration and heightened with gilding called "à la Salembier" with foliage and flowered vases and small rosebuds on the bottom, a thread of gilding on the edge. Paris - Marqués de la Manufacture de Nast in red. Period end of the eighteenth century - Around 1800
Round covered broth bowl and its oval tray in soft Sèvres porcelain (Third size), with polychrome decoration of baskets of flowers and fruits supported by gold scrolls in reserves standing out against a blue background, garlands of flowers and gold foliage on the edges, the grip in the form of branches and twisted double handles. Mark for the bowl and the plate: LL interlaced, letter-date EE for 1782, mark of painter François-Marie Barrat, active from 1769 to 1791 and from 1795-1796, mark of the gilder Jean-Pierre Boulanger, active from 1754 to 1785 - Eighteenth century - Provenance: Former Saladin collection - Label of the Nicolier house, 7 quai Voltaire, Paris.
Five soft porcelain knives from Villeroy-Mennecy with polychrome Chinese decoration standing on flowered brackets and branches. Silver ferrule, steel blades. On a ferrule, Paris 1738-1745 (fox head) Saint Cloud, circa 1740 - The Manufacture de Villeroy-Mennecy was founded in 1735 by François Barbin (1689-1765), a manufacturer of soft porcelain formerly installed in Paris, under the protection of Louis François Anne de Neufville, Duke of Villeroy Additional information and photos on request.
Small litron cup known as “mignonette” and its saucer (fourth size) in soft Sèvres porcelain, the cup decorated in polychrome with a landscape animated by a character pulling two mules against a background of a landscape in a reserve, the decorated saucer of tools agricultural in a medallion on a background decorated with a blue net and gold garlands. Mark: LL interlaced, letter-date LL for 1788 and the mark of the old painter, active in Sèvres from 1752 to 1790 - Eighteenth century
Beautiful cup called "goblet litron" and its saucer (second size) in soft Sèvres porcelain with polychrome decoration in medallions on the cup of landscapes with rustic attributes, on the saucer decorated with a basket and egg incubator on the background of gold polka dots on white background. Mark: LL interlaced, letter-date O for 1767 and mark of the old painter, active in Sèvres from 1752 to 1790 - Excellent condition - Eighteenth century - 1767
Litron goblet and saucer in hard Sèvres porcelain (third size) decorated with maritime landscapes animated with characters on a partridge eye background and garlands of leaves in gilding and gold thread on the edge. Marked in blue with the two interlaced Ls and mark "D" for the painter Dusolle - Eighteenth century - around 1770-1774
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)
Pair of groups in Sèvres soft porcelain biscuit representing "La Lanterne Magique" or "La Curiosité" and "Le Tourniquet" or "La Loterie" Falconet model, after Boucher. Around 1757-1766 Height: 15.5 cm and 16cm - catalog of the exhibition at the Ceramics Museum of Sèvres: Manufacture of Lights, the sculpture at Sèvres from Louis XV to the Revolution, 2015, pages.182 and 183.
Vincennes - Sèvres - Rare two-handled toilet cup with decoration of birds in flight in polychromy in reserve in one in cartridges underlined with golden flowering branches on a blue lapis background. The handles are decorated with gold scrolls. (misses his saucer) Marked in blue with the two interlaced LLs with the letter-date D for 1756-1757 and the mark of the painter Evans - Eighteenth century Excellent condition.
Paris - Bowl or Bouillon covered round shape, with two handles in the Greek style with its oval display decorated in polychrome and gilding of a seedling of a seedling of roses in button, the display presents in the center a decoration of two doves on a pink background - Directoire period - Late eighteenth century
Plate with polychrome and gold decoration in the center of two roses, border cut into six panels decorated with alternating garlands of reserves with landscape decor and roses in pink shades, highlighted by a gilded net. Marked. Eighteenth century - Louis XVI period.
Plate with polychrome and gold decoration at the center of a seedling of florets and dots in gilding, border decorated with Etruscan vases alternated with large garlands of flowers, gold braid in gilding. Marked. Eighteenth century - Louis XVI period.