PARIS. TWO POLYCHROME DECORATED TEACUPS, 19TH CENTURY

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PARIS.
Two wide teacups and their saucers with polychrome decor on one facade a serval and a black inscription "Le Serval" on the other. And a mole for the other with the inscription "La Taupe du Cap" (Mole of the Cape). On another facade a garland of green foliage against a pink ground. On each saucer a cartouche with an animal including a badger and a garland of green foliage against a pink ground.

Large gilted-dash bands on the border. Gilted interior within the teacups.

Light wear on the gilted borders of one tea-cup.

Height of the teacup: 6,5 cm (2-1/2 in.); diameter of the saucer: 12,3 cm (4-3/4 in.)

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  • Expertissim Reference: 70508