A Sèvres Porcelain Plaque painted with Flowers and Fruit, 1822
Signed by the painter Möise Jacobber and dated on the front and rear 1822. Made to be hung on a wall in a giltwood frame as a painting would be.
In the 19th century this plaque belonged to William Taylor Copeland and then to Thomas Garrett – founders of the Copeland porcelain factory.
Height 37 cm
Width 44 cm (un-framed)