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FS31: Two Day Fine Art Sale

A Sevres Hard-paste Porcelain Coffee Can and Saucer

Auction Lot FS31/686

A Sevres hard-paste porcelain coffee can and saucer with scroll handle, finely painted with bouquets and floral sprays within laurel leaf borders on a gilt ground, puce interlaced LLs mark with date letters GG for 1784 and artist's mark in the form of a leafy branch probably for Nicolas Schradre, diameter of saucer 15cm [some rubbing to gilt on rims, minor stacking ware].

A Sevres Hard-paste Porcelain Coffee Can and Saucer (FS31/686) offered in our Two Day Fine Art Sale starting on 12th July 2016 at our salerooms in Exeter, Devon.

Lot Description

A Sevres hard-paste porcelain coffee can and saucer with scroll handle, finely painted with bouquets and floral sprays within laurel leaf borders on a gilt ground, puce interlaced LLs mark with date letters GG for 1784 and artist's mark in the form of a leafy branch probably for Nicolas Schradre, diameter of saucer 15cm [some rubbing to gilt on rims, minor stacking ware].

Price Realised

£4,800

Department

Ceramics and Glass

Sale Information

FS31: Two Day Fine Art Sale
Tuesday, 12th July 2016
Wednesday, 13th July 2016

Okehampton Street, Exeter

This lot will be sold after 10:00am on Wednesday, 13th July 2016 as part of the Ceramics and Glass section of the sale.

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