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Made by: Vincennes Porcelain Manufactory
On view in: French Porcelain Room
About this object
Handle in the shape of intertwined twigs. At top rim a turquoise area above five arched gilt vines, under each, on a white ground are three clusters of flowers, one attached by a slender twig to an end of an arch. Saucer: five slightly undulating lobes edged in toothed gilt and with decoration similar to that on the cup.
- Object name:
- SAUCER (SOUCOUPE)
- Made from:
- Soft paste porcelain
- Made in:
- Vincennes, France
- Date made:
- 5 1/2 in. (14 cm)
Detailed information for this item
- Catalog number:
- Signature marks:
- MARK .1 (cup) Crossed L's, the date letter A for 1753, and fleur de lys under-for Taillandier (Vincent), painter of flowers and small objects, 1753-90; 4 incised. .2 (saucer) Crossed L's, the date letter A for 1753, and T with a dot over-for Binet (Jean-Francois), painter of flowers 1750-1775.
- Credit line:
- Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973
- Featured in publication:
- "Sèvres Porcelain at Hillwood"