"Bouret" sugar pot (second size) made of hard porcelain from Sèvres with polychrome decoration
of port scenes contained in gilt reserves surrounded by garlands also in gilding,
taking the lid in the shape of fruit.
Marked: LL intertwined and mark "D" of the painter Dusolle (active in Sèvres between 1768 and 1774)
This sugar pot dates from the beginnings of hard porcelain to sèvres.
Little gilding burst on the edge of the lid (invisible restoration)
(see the last picture before editing the gilding)
Top: 10,5cm, diam: 8,5cm
Eighteenth century - around 1770
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