Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (established 1756)
225 mm (Height); 185 mm (Diameter)
Place of origin
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Croome Park, Worcestershire
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A Sèvres jug (broc 'ordinaire') of soft-paste porcelain, 1767, painted with harebell borders and sprays of flowers by Charles-Louis Méraud jeune, and gilded.
Made by the Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (est. 1756) in 1767. Loaned to The National Trust by The Croome Heritage Trust in December 2007
Marks and inscriptions
Interlaced Ls enclosing O th date letter for 1767, and a comma for the painter Charles-Louis Méraud jeune.
Makers and roles
Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (established 1756), Porcelain Factory and manufacturer
Coleridge, 2000: A.Coleridge. “English furniture supplied for Croome Court: Robert Adam and the 6th Earl of Coventry.” Apollo February (2000): pp.8-19., p.10, plates 3-5