Inkstand in soft-paste porcelain of Sevres composed of a tray and two porcelain inkpots. The tray and the porcelain inkpots are decorated with "partridge-eye" patterns on a blue background called "de Sevres". The principal motifs of the cartels represent birds in colors inspired by the porcelain of Sceaux. The inkwell is set in a gilded bronze frame with a rocaille decor. The two porcelain inkpots have a perforated gilded bronze cover decorated with flower. The tray with handles rests on four feet with foliage.
L: 14.17in. (36cm)
Sevres marks. Two entrelaced L painted in blue.
The inkstand belonged to Sophia daughter of George III.
18th century Sevres work. Circa 1760-1770
1 850 €