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Marseille - Pair of dishes decorated with scenes from the life of Don Quixote - Eighteenth century

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Pair of Marseille earthenware dishes with a rounded edge decorated in yellow camaieu in the center, in flowered rock medallions, scenes from the life of Don Quixote after the painter Coypel: - "The false princess of Micomicon has just begged Don Quixote to put her back on the throne" - "Bachelor Sanson Carasco, under the name of the Knight of Mirrors, is defeated by Don Quixote who orders him to go and throw himself at Dulcinea's feet." (see below the two engravings that served as a model) And on the wing, richly decorated with patterns with braces, shells and flowery volutes. Fauchier factory. Carry on the back of the wing the mark "G" - Eighteenth century - Additional information and photos on request.

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Pair of Marseille earthenware dishes with a rounded edge decorated in yellow camaieu in the center, in flowered rock medallions,

scenes from the life of Don Quixote after the painter Coypel: - "The false princess of Micomicon has just begged Don Quixote to put her

back on the throne" - "Bachelor Sanson Carasco, under the name of the Knight of Mirrors, is defeated by Don Quixote who orders him

to go and throw himself at Dulcinea's feet." (see below the two engravings that served as a model)

And on the wing, richly decorated with patterns with braces, shells and flowery volutes.

Fauchier factory.

Carry on the back of the wing the mark "G".

Crack on the wing of a two-flute (see photos).

Eighteenth century.

Diameter: 32 cm

Additional information and photos on request.

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Marseille - Pair of dishes decorated with scenes from the life of Don Quixote - Eighteenth century

Marseille - Pair of dishes decorated with scenes from the life of Don Quixote - Eighteenth century

Pair of Marseille earthenware dishes with a rounded edge decorated in yellow camaieu in the center, in flowered rock medallions, scenes from the life of Don Quixote after the painter Coypel: - "The false princess of Micomicon has just begged Don Quixote to put her back on the throne" - "Bachelor Sanson Carasco, under the name of the Knight of Mirrors, is defeated by Don Quixote who orders him to go and throw himself at Dulcinea's feet." (see below the two engravings that served as a model) And on the wing, richly decorated with patterns with braces, shells and flowery volutes. Fauchier factory. Carry on the back of the wing the mark "G" - Eighteenth century - Additional information and photos on request.