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Bowl in Sèvres porcelain decorated with a Cupid from the Louis-Philippe period

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Porcelain of Sevres with gilded bronze mounting decorated with a cupid. It dates from the reign of Louis-Philippe.

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Sevres porcelain bowl with a gilded bronze mount. It is decorated with a winged and draped cupid seated on a cloud surrounded by bouquets of flowers, an allegory of the gardener, an allegory of music and the mark of King Louis-Philippe surmounted by the Royal Crown. The brass mount is composed of three feet connected by wreaths of flowers and two handles decorated with foliage.

 

It bears four marks under the base: the mark of the Tuileries castle in red, the mark of Sevres for the year 1844, a mark of Sevres for 49 in green and a mark in hollow.

Circa :1844
Dim: W: 10,2 in - D: 7,9in - H: 5,5in.
Dim: L:26cm, P:20cm, H:14cm.

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In good condition.

 

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