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Teapot (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory

Tea service

The Chelsea factory often used illustrations drawn from Aesop’s Fables to decorate porcelain in the early 1750s. Much of the best painting of Fable scenes was executed by Jefferyes Hammet O’Neale, to whom the d... more

Dish (part of a service)

François Thomas Germain (French, Paris 1726–1791 Paris, master 1748)

Coffee cups (4) (part of a service)

The gilding on these pieces (see 54.163.7a, b–.34) is of a very high order, with tooled work on a thick application of honey gilding selectively matte and burnished for a lively design of pheasants, peacocks, a... more

Cake bowl (part of a service)

The gilding on these pieces (see 54.163.7a, b–.34) is of a very high order, with tooled work on a thick application of honey gilding selectively matte and burnished for a lively design of pheasants, peacocks, a... more

Saucers (12) (part of a service)

The gilding on these pieces (see 54.163.7a, b–.34) is of a very high order, with tooled work on a thick application of honey gilding selectively matte and burnished for a lively design of pheasants, peacocks, a... more

Teacups (8) (part of a service)

The gilding on these pieces (see 54.163.7a, b–.34) is of a very high order, with tooled work on a thick application of honey gilding selectively matte and burnished for a lively design of pheasants, peacocks, a... more

Pair of candlesticks (part of a toilet service)

Joseph Charvet (master 1751, died before 1770)

Sugar bowl (part of a service)

The gilding on these pieces (see 54.163.7a, b–.34) is of a very high order, with tooled work on a thick application of honey gilding selectively matte and burnished for a lively design of pheasants, peacocks, a... more

Teapot (part of a service)

The gilding on these pieces (see 54.163.7a, b–.34) is of a very high order, with tooled work on a thick application of honey gilding selectively matte and burnished for a lively design of pheasants, peacocks, a... more

Saucer (gobelet Hébert et soucoupe) (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Tray (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Saucer (gobelet Hébert et soucoupe) (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Sugar bowl with cover (pot à sucre Hébert) (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Cup (part of a service)

Small tea services, often intended for just two people, were produced in large quantities at the Sèvres factory. Both the number of surviving services and the factory's extensive archives indicate that tea war... more

Teapot (part of a service)

Small tea services, often intended for just two people, were produced in large quantities at the Sèvres factory. Both the number of surviving services and the factory's extensive archives indicate that tea war... more

Cup (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Hot milk jug (part of a service)

Small tea services, often intended for just two people, were produced in large quantities at the Sèvres factory. Both the number of surviving services and the factory's extensive archives indicate that tea war... more

Tray (part of a service)

Small tea services, often intended for just two people, were produced in large quantities at the Sèvres factory. Both the number of surviving services and the factory's extensive archives indicate that tea war... more

Cup (part of a service)

Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present)

Saucer (part of a service)

Small tea services, often intended for just two people, were produced in large quantities at the Sèvres factory. Both the number of surviving services and the factory's extensive archives indicate that tea war... more

Saucer (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Cream pitcher (part of a service)

Worcester (British, established 1751)

Coffeepot (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Milk jug (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Sugar box (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Saucer (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Teapot (part of a service)

Worcester (British, established 1751)

Coffee cup (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Coffee cup (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Two saucers (part of a service)

Worcester (British, established 1751)

Saucer (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Coffee cup (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory

Tea caddy (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory

Teapot (part of a service)

Decoration possibly by James Giles (British, 1718–1780)

Two teabowls (part of a service)

Worcester (British, established 1751)

Coffee cup (part of a service)

Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory

Coffeepot (part of a service)

This coffeepot is from a service depicting scenes from Ovid's Metamorphoses. Doccia manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory

Tea cup (part of a service)

Doccia manufactory