Earthenware Plate From Nevers Called "at The Tuileries", 18th Century. flag

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"Earthenware Plate From Nevers Called "at The Tuileries", 18th Century."
Plate with contoured edge in earthenware from Nevers with polychrome decoration known as "at the Tuileries*". The ball and the garden are in a circular medallion with an orange edge in the center. The garden is represented by the two rows of straight trees and the round basin. Inscription "a god". End of the 18th century. Around 1783-85. Diameter: 23cm.
*This is the place from which Charles and Robert sent on December 1, 1783. It is the first human flight in a hydrogen balloon.
Cf. Patriotic earthenware, balloon earthenware contemporary with the first aeronautical flights by Nelly Fouchet, Ed. Varia, 1987, fig III(12) page 13.
Price: 1 500 €
Period: 18th century
Style: Louis 16th, Directory
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Earthenware
Diameter: 23

Reference: 1062296
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