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Sèvres exhibition from the Royal Collection in London

Assiette unie. Sèvres Porcelain Factory 1758. Soft-paste porcelain. Beau bleu grounds, and gilded decoration. Green Drawing Room, Windsor Castle The Royal Collection Trust

Sèvres exhibition from the Royal Collection in London

Tureen stand, ‘Service de la Reine’, Sevres, belonged to Marie-Antoinette made in 1784 by the Royal Manufacturers of Sèvres

Petit plat Meissen

Porcelain soup tureen that belonged to Marie-Antoinette. This piece was made in 1784 by the Royal Manufacturers of Sèvres--it is now in the Louvre

In the Royal Collection Sevres porcelain factory made 1763 Acquired by George IV, King of the United Kingdom (1762-1830), when Prince Regent (1811-20) Provenance: Bought by François Benois in Paris from Madame Craufurd, the widow of the expatriate francophile Scot, Quintin Craufurd (d. 23 November 1819), as recorded in a memorandum entitled ‘Notte des objets chez Mde Cruford’, which is endorsed ‘1820 15 May Mde Cruford 52,000 francs

Sèvres exhibition from the Royal Collection in London

Can you imagine putting your potpourri in THIS? Pot-pourri vase and cover (pot-pourri à vaisseau or pot-pourri en navire) | The Royal Collection

Manufacture de Sèvres, 1787-1788 Service de la laiterie de Rambouillet Gobelet et sa soucoupe Porcelaine