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A Sèvres part tea service, dated 1768
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A Sèvres part tea service, dated 1768
Each painted by Denis Levé with floral swags below a blue ground with a gilt scrollwork border, the covers with flower finials, comprising:
a teapot and cover (théière 'Calabre', 14.2cm high);
a sugar bowl and cover (pot à sucre 'Calabre', 11.8cm high);
six cups and twelve saucers (gobelet 'Hébert' et soucoupe of the second size, 5.8cm high);
a shaped oval dish (18cm long);
together with ten later English porcelain cups and six saucers, and a circular plate (23.2cm diam.), interlaced LL monograms with date letter P and painter's mark L. in blue, incised marks (two cups with small rim chips and haircrack, small chip to teapot spout) (40)
Footnotes:
Provenance:
Hungerford Crewe, 3rd Baron Crewe, FSA FRS (1812-1894), Crewe Hall, Cheshire;
Thence by descent
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A Sèvres part tea service, dated 1768

Estimate £2,000 - £3,000
Jul 07, 2022
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Starting Price £1,600
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0160: A Sèvres part tea service, dated 1768

Sold for £7,500
23 Bids
Est. £2,000 - £3,000Starting Price £1,600
500 Years of European Ceramics
Jul 07, 2022 9:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0160 Details

Description
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A Sèvres part tea service, dated 1768
Each painted by Denis Levé with floral swags below a blue ground with a gilt scrollwork border, the covers with flower finials, comprising:
a teapot and cover (théière 'Calabre', 14.2cm high);
a sugar bowl and cover (pot à sucre 'Calabre', 11.8cm high);
six cups and twelve saucers (gobelet 'Hébert' et soucoupe of the second size, 5.8cm high);
a shaped oval dish (18cm long);
together with ten later English porcelain cups and six saucers, and a circular plate (23.2cm diam.), interlaced LL monograms with date letter P and painter's mark L. in blue, incised marks (two cups with small rim chips and haircrack, small chip to teapot spout) (40)
Footnotes:
Provenance:
Hungerford Crewe, 3rd Baron Crewe, FSA FRS (1812-1894), Crewe Hall, Cheshire;
Thence by descent

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