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)
Soft sèvres porcelain plate with polychrome decoration by a seedling of blue barbel. Gold wolf teeth on the edge. Marked in blue with two interlaced LL, date letters GG for 1784. Decorator mark: Mlle Xhrouuet or Secroix 1774-1788. Gilder and painter of flowers and ornaments - Eighteenth Century - 1784
Chantilly - Teapot in soft porcelain, in the shape of a squash with ribbed ribs, with polychrome kakiemon decoration of exploded pomegranates and branches - Around 1740.
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