Pair of Paris porcelain Princely plates from the Restoration period.
From the service of Louis-Henri de Bourbon, prince of Condé and de Guise (1756-1830).
Rare pair of plates with polychrome decoration in the center of a large bouquet of flowers and on the wing of five landscapes contained in rectangular reserves on a blue background with gold latticework.
Very good condition.
Feuillet factory (Paris).
Restoration period, circa 1819.
D. 24 cm.
Madame Régine de Plinval de Guillebon recently published the Feuillet invoice for this service, thus identifying its provenance (T. Préaud, R. de Plinval de Guillebon, Porcelaines du musée de Condé à Chantilly, 2005, n ° 54, p. 120-122). This series of plates was part of the order delivered by Feuillet on July 12, 1819 for the Palais Bourbon. The service included "five dozen plates with bouquets of flowers, five cartels of landscapes on the marly decor gold on blue grand feu at 456f per dozen (total 2280f), a dozen a cartel only, 4 compotiers cartels id. at 32f 128 ".
Ten plates and a fruit bowl from this service are kept at the Château de Chantilly.
Jean-Pierre Feuillet (Paris, 1770-1840)
His decoration workshop was located rue de la Paix in Paris, under the sign "Aux Armes de Condé". Merchant and painter on porcelain that he ordered from factories such as Nast, for rich porcelain, and Coussac-Bonneval, for current use services. The porcelains painted by Feuillet are of high quality in terms of paintings and gold. Its clientele is mainly aristocratic in the entourage of legitimist circles of the Restoration.
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