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Covered Tremblant Cup, St. Cloud, Circa 1730-1750
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"Covered Tremblant Cup, St. Cloud, Circa 1730-1750"
  • Covered shaker mug
  • Soft porcelain of Saint-Cloud & silver mount
  • Saint-Cloud, circa 1730-1750
  • Very good condition, little original cracks under the cup
  • Cup covered shaker and saucer Saint-Cloud covered soft dough a white enamel decorated with branches of prunus flowers in relief, in the Chinese spirit. The lid rests on a silver mount bearing the discharge of the parisian silver around 1744-1750.
  • Around 1720, Henri Trou at the head of the manufacture directs it to the production of white porcelain with relief decorations in the spirit of that imported from Fujian which is appreciated by porcelain lovers. the ivory tone of the material lends itself to their imitation. Subsequently, these sets will disappear in favor of those in color. We find this decoration in relief on a shaking mug at the Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris (without cover)
  • Ref: Musée des Avelines: "Tender porcelain of Saint-Cloud, forms and uses in the eighteenth century", 2017; Museum of Decorative Arts: "The porcelain of Saint-Cloud, Decorative Arts collection", 1997.
  • Price : 3300 €
    Artist : Saint-cloud
    Period:18th century
    Style:Louis 15th, Transition
    Condition : Très bon état

    Material : Porcelaine
    Diameter : 12.8 cm
    Height : 11 cm

    Reference : 506776
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