Round covered écuelle called "Turned round" (Third grandeur) and its oval display in soft Sèvres porcelain with a lapis blue background with polychrome decoration of bouquets of roses in reserves, enhanced with gilding, garlands and falling flowers. The handles and the lid grip in the shape of branches.
Mark: two “LL” intertwined with the date letter “Z” for 1777 - Painter’s mark “cp” for Chappuis le Jeune, painter of birds and flowers 1761-87
Gilder’s mark: “B” in blue for Boulanger 1754-85 .
Dimensions: Bowl height: 9.5 cm - Display: 18.3 x 14 cm.
Eighteenth century - 1777.
State of conservation: excellent, some insignificant wear of the gold on the edge of the display and on the upper edge of the broth (see photos)
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