This cup is decorated with a beautiful bust of a young girl. Worthy of the most beautiful miniatures, this portrait of extreme delicacy, is painted in polychromy, it represents Joan of Arc. In the center of the saucer are the weapons of the heroine granted to him by Charles VII. Under the coat of arms, surmounted by a helmet, is inscribed on a white banner: «IN THE NAME OF GOD». The rest of the decor on a celestial blue background is golden in color, it consists of wolf teeth on the edge of the cup and the cup, as well as scrolls, flowers, garlands, scrolls, bouquets ... etc.
Royal porcelain factory of Sèvres.
Mark with interlaced "L", date letter "GG" for 1784-1785.
Painter decorator "LB" for Le Bel Jeune who worked at the manufacture royale de Sèvres from 1773 to 1793.
Excellent state of preservation.
Price : on request