Location:Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania,
Ships to: US,
Item:124105906948Offered is a very rare pattern Sevres Urn that dates to 1764. It is in rare white porcelain with a musical (mandolin) and floral motif. It measures 22" high and 6" wide. The brass gilt work is all very nice and the condition of the urn is very fine. There are no chips or cracks. Under the lid appears the correct Sevres mark with an "L" in the middle, which dates it to 1764. Also, appearing below the Sevres mark is an ornately scripted "B". This is the artist's mark, which sometimes appears on Sevres. It is probably the mark of Francois Boucher (1703-1770) Boucher was a famous French artist who worked at the Sevres production facility in Sevres, France. He painted several portraits of Mme. Pompadour, who was his patron and who was a backer of Sevres and instrumental in their move from Vincennes to Sevres, where she had an estate. (All of this is easily verifiable by doing research on Google. The dates and history all fit to support the authenticity.) This is in very fine condition. The lid has undergone a professional restoration to address a stress crack that was not through and through. It will be professionally packaged and shipped insured.Condition:This is in excellent condition. NO chips or cracks. The lid has been professionally restored to address a stress crack (not through and through), Primary Material:Ceramic, Porcelain, Style:2nd Empire, Age:Pre-1800, Maker:Sevres, Original/Reproduction:Original, Color:White
PicClick Insights for "
18th Century 22" Sevres Urn w/ Musical and Floral Motif. Sevres Mark, Initialed