Hard paste porcelain plate with multi-lobed borders ornated with strewn polychrome flowers decoration. Gilt threading on borders.
Marked LSX, for Louis Stanislas Xavier, Count of Provence.
Paris, Fabrique de Monsieur, rue de Clignancourt, circa 1780
Diameter : 24,5 cm (9-1/2 in.)
Minor enamel flaking
This manufacturer was part of the great Paris porcelain factories during the second period of the 18th century.
Reason being due to the porcelain quality produced was particularly fine thus the Count of Provence, Louis XVI’s brother and future Louis XVIII accorded a protection for this manufacturer.
Production began in 1771 and ended in 1798. They created table services, vases and pieces for tea and coffee sets.
- Item(s) quantity: 1
- Expertissim Reference: 2014031742