CHANTILLY

Lot 295
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150 - 200 EUR
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Result : 773EUR
CHANTILLY
A set of porcelain with Kakiemon decoration known as "quail", "with ribboned sheaves", "flying fox", "bear cub", and polychrome bouquets of flowers or a rooster, comprising respectively: a tea bowl, two cups (one handle missing, the other with a crack in the handle) and a saucer, a moulded tea bowl, a circular tray with a contoured rim, a four-lobed tray with relief decoration and a third cup (crack in the handle).
Markings in iron red and blue on the hunting horn.
18th century (small wears and chips).


Notes: For pieces with a similar animal decoration, see by Geneviève Le Duc, Porcelaine tendre de Chantilly au XVIIIe siècle, Paris, 1996, p.264.
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