Jean-Etienne Mascret, Manufacture de Sèvres, circa 1825
Pair of Restoration period medallions, in white porcelain cookie with blue background, in the Wedgwood style, representing the profiles of King Charles X (1757-1836) and his eldest son the Duke of Angouleme (1775-1844).
King Charles X represented in his uniform of colonel general of the king's bodyguard and the duke of Angouleme in that of generalissimo of the army of Spain.
The medallions set in rectangular frames in blackened pearwood, decorated with a round gilt bronze bezel and topped with a chased and gilt bronze openwork bracket decorated with palmettes.
The profiles were executed after medals by Raymond Gayrard (1777-1858) by Jean Etienne Mascret, modeler at the Sèvres factory. The medallion of the duke of Angouleme signed MAS on the reverse and marked Sèvres in hollow under the shoulder (Small vertical crack in the frame of the duke of Angouleme, the porcelains without accident or restoration).
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