Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (established 1756)
Porcelain decorated in enamel and gilt
Place of origin
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Croome Park, Worcestershire
A Sèvres later-decorated composite dessert-service painted with bouquets of flowers, the borders reserved with gilt feuilles-de-choux panels of birds in landscapes on pale blue grounds enriched with gilt foliage and flowers; comprising of: a pair of oval sauce tureens and covers; a pair of circular two-handled écuelles and covers; three shell-dishes; four shaped square dishes (one chipped); two oval dishes; two circular bowls twenty four plates (one chipped, one riveted); Forty four pieces in total. Imitation blue interlaced ‘L’ marks enclosing various letters and script marks.
Manufactured at the Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory in France. Loaned to The National Trust by The Croome Heritage Trust in December 2007.
Makers and roles
Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory (established 1756), manufacturer