A Sèvres Tray, 1758

A Sèvres Tray (plateau en porte-huillier) with green ground panels, and trails of flowers.

With the factory mark in blue enclosing the date letter E for 1758, and the painter’s mark for Vincent Taillandier (active 1753-90).

Originally sold with a matching cup and saucer and perhaps a covered sugar bowl.  This pattern of ground colour forming triangular zones is more often seen made at Sèvres with a turquoise-blue (bleu céleste) ground colour.

From a distinguished German private collection.

Height 5.5cm
Width 27.5cm
Depth 14cm


£ 5,500


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