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Villeroy - Mennecy - Set of five knives with Chinese decoration - Eighteenth century - circa 1740

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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.

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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.

Length: 23 cm

Porcelain in excellent condition, beautiful freshness of the polychrome decorations, Blade wear. (see photos)

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.

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Villeroy - Mennecy - Set of five knives with Chinese decoration - Eighteenth century - circa 1740

Villeroy - Mennecy - Set of five knives with Chinese decoration - Eighteenth century - circa 1740

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.