Ecuelle à bouillon and its round tray (3rd size) in soft porcelain of Sevres with polychrome and gold decoration of a frieze of cassolettes and garlands of suspended flowers interspersed, between a gold net and a braid of white and gold pearls, gold net on the edge. Marks in blue with the two interlaced L, letter date R for 1770, mark of painter Micaud father. Around 1770, 18th century.
Diameter of the tray : 19,5 cm ; Width of the bowl : 16,5 cm.
The decoration is similar to the "small vases and garlands" service of Madame Du Barry. This service was used for the inaugural dinner given by Madame Du Barry in her Pavillon Neuf de Louveciennes, built by Charles-Nicolas Ledoux, on September 2, 1771 with the court (Cf. « Les Grands Services de Sèvres, catalogue d’exposition, grand-Palais, Paris 1951, pp.30 et 31, n°5).
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