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Rouen - Large dish decorated with a coat of arms - First third of the Eighteenth century

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Rouen - Large dish decorated with a coat of arms - First third of the 18th century Large round Rouen earthenware dish decorated in shades of blue in the center of the BAUSSET-ROQUEFORT family coat of arms with chevron accompanied in chief by two knurls and at the tip of a mountain of six coupeaux, the wing decorated with lambrequins and acanthus. Good condition - First third of the 18th century.  Warning - No shipping for this large dish - Delivery possible in France or to collect in Lyon.

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Large round Rouen earthenware dish decorated in shades of blue in the center of the BAUSSET-ROQUEFORT family coat of arms

with chevron accompanied in chief by two knurls and at the tip of a mountain of six coupeaux, the wing decorated with lambrequins

and acanthus.

Good condition.

Diam: 54cm First

Third of the Eighteenth century.

Coat of arms possibly Joseph Charles de BAUSSET Lord of Roquefort, born in 1661, died in 1719, son of Jean Baptiste de BAUSSET †? (Lord of Roquefort) and Christian of CIPIÈRES † at the age of 58 years. On January 10, 1688, in Aix-en-Provence, he married Marguerite de THOMASSIN de CABRE 1665- (daughter of: Jean Baptiste de THOMASSIN 1634-1703 & Gabrielle d'ARBAUD †)

Thanks to Mr. Francis Hernandez for this research.

Warning - No shipping for this large dish - Delivery possible in France or to collect in Lyon.

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Rouen - Large dish decorated with a coat of arms - First third of the Eighteenth century

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Rouen - Large dish decorated with a coat of arms - First third of the 18th century Large round Rouen earthenware dish decorated in shades of blue in the center of the BAUSSET-ROQUEFORT family coat of arms with chevron accompanied in chief by two knurls and at the tip of a mountain of six coupeaux, the wing decorated with lambrequins and acanthus. Good condition - First third of the 18th century.  Warning - No shipping for this large dish - Delivery possible in France or to collect in Lyon.