Pair of 18th century Old Paris dishes #1213897
Category:Pottery & Glass / Pottery & China
Start Price:50.00 USD
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SOLD at 2006 Dec 05 @ 22:33UTC-5 : EST/CDT
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Nice pair of Old Paris Porcelain dishes handpainted with blue barbeaux sprigs.Thay are handpainted in a scattered Bourbon cornflower sprig pattern.The cornflower pattern was introduced at Sevres about 1774 for French Queen Marie Antoinette.Cornflowers were her favorite flower.The cornflower pattern was subsequnty produced at her Parisian porcelain factory on rue Thiroux.This caused the pattern to be known as "decor de la Reine".This pattern is regarded as a classic Louis XVI porcelain pattern.Thay measure about 10.75" by 7". by 1.7" deep.Condition: Good some wear to gilding on rim..It measures 6" height by 3" deep.
Title:Pair of 18th century Old Paris dishes
Location:Historic Baltimore MD