Sweet box made with porcelain of Sèvres, end of the XIXth. Brand : de Sèvres signed by C. MAURICE
Scenery, gildings and gilded bronze in perfect condition
Lenght 20 cm, Width 11 cm and height 10 cm
This sweet box was designed for the Marchioness de Sévigné.
The brand "Marquise de Sévigne" was created at the end of the XIXth century. At that moment, the co-owner of the company of chocolate, Mrs Rousseau, had the nice idea of sending samples of her products to the writer Edmond Rostand.
Edmond Rostand has been staying in the former hotel Pavillon Sévigné, where the Marchioness de Sévigné, who was a famous writer too, had stayed during a water treatment in Vichy two centuries earlier.
The brand was also the trading name of a company created by Clémentine and Auguste Rouzaud, daughter of a chocolate maker in Royat. The company definetely took its name in 1900 after that Clémentine Rouzaud had sent a sample of her production to Edmond Rostand who was in Vichy at the Pavillon Sévigné where the Marchioness de Sévigné had been staying during the XVIIth century.
Between 1900 and 1914, the company was starting to be famous in France thanks to many shops that opened boulevard de la Madeleine and at Victor-Hugo’s square in Paris. She also started to export her production.
As the name of the sweets was associated with the name of the famous Marchioness de Sévigné, it quickly became a famous brand. The success of the Marchioness de Sévigné’s chocolates came really fast.
Their products (sweet boxes, vases, tea sets) have thereafter been manufactured by the manufactures of porcelain in Sèvres, Le Tallec workshop and other Parisian workshops with different level of prices for a prosperous chocolate company.
Reference: 4426

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Sweet box made with porcelain of S&egrave;vres, end of the XIXth. Brand : de S&egrave;vres signed by C. MAURICE<br />
Scenery, gildings and gilded bronze in perfect condition<br />
Lenght 20 cm, Width 11 cm and height 10 cm<br />
This sweet box was designed for the Marchioness de S&eacute;vign&eacute;.<br />
The brand &quot;Marquise de S&eacute;vigne&quot; was created at the end of the XIXth century. At that moment, the co-owner of the company of chocolate, Mrs Rousseau, had the nice idea of sending samples of her products to the writer Edmond Rostand.<br />
Edmond Rostand has been staying in the former hotel Pavillon S&eacute;vign&eacute;, where the Marchioness de S&eacute;vign&eacute;, who was a famous writer too, had stayed during a water treatment in Vichy two centuries earlier.<br />
The brand was also the trading name of a company created by Cl&eacute;mentine and Auguste Rouzaud, daughter of a chocolate maker in Royat. The company definetely took its name in 1900 after that Cl&eacute;mentine Rouzaud had sent a sample of her production to Edmond Rostand who was in Vichy at the Pavillon S&eacute;vign&eacute; where the Marchioness de S&eacute;vign&eacute; had been staying during the XVIIth century.<br />
Between 1900 and 1914, the company was starting to be famous in France thanks to many shops that opened boulevard de la Madeleine and at Victor-Hugo&rsquo;s square in Paris. She also started to export her production.<br />
As the name of the sweets was associated with the name of the famous Marchioness de S&eacute;vign&eacute;, it quickly became a famous brand. The success of the Marchioness de S&eacute;vign&eacute;&rsquo;s chocolates came really fast.<br />
Their products (sweet boxes, vases, tea sets) have thereafter been manufactured by the manufactures of porcelain in S&egrave;vres, Le Tallec workshop and other Parisian workshops with different level of prices for a prosperous chocolate company.<br />
Reference: 4426<br />
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Sweet box made with porcelain of Sèvres, end of the XIXth. Brand : de Sèvres signed by C. MAURICE
Scenery, gildings and gilded bronze in perfect condition
Lenght 20 cm, Width 11 cm and height 10 cm
This sweet box was designed for the Marchioness de Sévigné.
The brand "Marquise de Sévigne" was created at the end of the XIXth century. At that moment, the co-owner of the company of chocolate, Mrs Rousseau, had the nice idea of sending samples of her products to the writer Edmond Rostand.
Edmond Rostand has been staying in the former hotel Pavillon Sévigné, where the Marchioness de Sévigné, who was a famous writer too, had stayed during a water treatment in Vichy two centuries earlier.
The brand was also the trading name of a company created by Clémentine and Auguste Rouzaud, daughter of a chocolate maker in Royat. The company definetely took its name in 1900 after that Clémentine Rouzaud had sent a sample of her production to Edmond Rostand who was in Vichy at the Pavillon Sévigné where the Marchioness de Sévigné had been staying during the XVIIth century.
Between 1900 and 1914, the company was starting to be famous in France thanks to many shops that opened boulevard de la Madeleine and at Victor-Hugo’s square in Paris. She also started to export her production.
As the name of the sweets was associated with the name of the famous Marchioness de Sévigné, it quickly became a famous brand. The success of the Marchioness de Sévigné’s chocolates came really fast.
Their products (sweet boxes, vases, tea sets) have thereafter been manufactured by the manufactures of porcelain in Sèvres, Le Tallec workshop and other Parisian workshops with different level of prices for a prosperous chocolate company.
Reference: 4426

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Sweet box made with porcelain of Sèvres, end of the XIXth. Brand : de Sèvres signed by C. MAURICE
Scenery, gildings and gilded bronze in perfect condition
Lenght 20 cm, Width 11 cm and height 10 cm
This sweet box was designed for the Marchioness de Sévigné.
The brand "Marquise de Sévigne" was created at the end of the XIXth century. At that moment, the co-owner of the company of chocolate, Mrs Rousseau, had the nice idea of sending samples of her products to the writer Edmond Rostand.
Edmond Rostand has been staying in the former hotel Pavillon Sévigné, where the Marchioness de Sévigné, who was a famous writer too, had stayed during a water treatment in Vichy two centuries earlier.
The brand was also the trading name of a company created by Clémentine and Auguste Rouzaud, daughter of a chocolate maker in Royat. The company definetely took its name in 1900 after that Clémentine Rouzaud had sent a sample of her production to Edmond Rostand who was in Vichy at the Pavillon Sévigné where the Marchioness de Sévigné had been staying during the XVIIth century.
Between 1900 and 1914, the company was starting to be famous in France thanks to many shops that opened boulevard de la Madeleine and at Victor-Hugo’s square in Paris. She also started to export her production.
As the name of the sweets was associated with the name of the famous Marchioness de Sévigné, it quickly became a famous brand. The success of the Marchioness de Sévigné’s chocolates came really fast.
Their products (sweet boxes, vases, tea sets) have thereafter been manufactured by the manufactures of porcelain in Sèvres, Le Tallec workshop and other Parisian workshops with different level of prices for a prosperous chocolate company.
Reference: 4426

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Price : 450 €
Artist : C. Maurice Décors
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Excellent état

Material : Porcelaine
Length: 20cm
Width : 11cm
Height : 10cm

Reference : 569788
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Sweet box made with porcelain of Sèvres, end of the XIXth. Brand : de Sèvres signed by C. MAURICE
Scenery, gildings and gilded bronze in perfect condition
Lenght 20 cm, Width 11 cm and height 10 cm
This sweet box was designed for the Marchioness de Sévigné.
The brand "Marquise de Sévigne" was created at the end of the XIXth century. At that moment, the co-owner of the company of chocolate, Mrs Rousseau, had the nice idea of sending samples of her products to the writer Edmond Rostand.
Edmond Rostand has been staying in the former hotel Pavillon Sévigné, where the Marchioness de Sévigné, who was a famous writer too, had stayed during a water treatment in Vichy two centuries earlier.
The brand was also the trading name of a company created by Clémentine and Auguste Rouzaud, daughter of a chocolate maker in Royat. The company definetely took its name in 1900 after that Clémentine Rouzaud had sent a sample of her production to Edmond Rostand who was in Vichy at the Pavillon Sévigné where the Marchioness de Sévigné had been staying during the XVIIth century.
Between 1900 and 1914, the company was starting to be famous in France thanks to many shops that opened boulevard de la Madeleine and at Victor-Hugo’s square in Paris. She also started to export her production.
As the name of the sweets was associated with the name of the famous Marchioness de Sévigné, it quickly became a famous brand. The success of the Marchioness de Sévigné’s chocolates came really fast.
Their products (sweet boxes, vases, tea sets) have thereafter been manufactured by the manufactures of porcelain in Sèvres, Le Tallec workshop and other Parisian workshops with different level of prices for a prosperous chocolate company.
Reference: 4426

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