TWO SÈVRES PLATES CIRCA 1809 each finely painted in the center with a colorful flower arrangement within a gold-ground border decorated with a garland of summer flowers, both with red printed and partially erased factory marks, one dated 1809, the other with date partially erased.
PAIR OF SEVRES COVERED CUPS AND SAUCERS. Circa 1754. Each with soft paste mark and with date letter for 1754 in overglaze blue. Beautifully decorated with central floral spray within gilt and blue scrolling leaf borders continuing to secondary band of ivory, floral decorated, alternating with reserves of floral sprays. lidded teacup cup
A SEVRES BLEU NOUVEAU-GROUND CUP AND SAUCER 1772 (gobelet litron et soucoupe) each piece painted with a basket of flowers or fruit within a tooled gilt-edged panel reserved on a deep blue ground within an elaborate gilt scrollwork border,
A Fine Sevres Porcelain Plate, Louis XVIII Period Dated 1821. The Center Decorated with Garden Flowers Surrounded by a Flowering Wreath. The Deep Blue Ground Border is Gilded in the Neo-Greek Style. The Base with a Painted Interlaced LLs Mark for Sevres. Further Painted Mark in Green for 1st May 1820, a Gilder`s Mark and an Incised Mark.