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The royal manufactory at Sèvres specialised in luxury porcelains, many of which were destined for the French court.

Plateau Hebert a deux pots

The royal manufactory at Sèvres specialised in luxury porcelains, many of which were destined for the French court.

For the Sèvres porcelain factory, the years of the French Revolution were difficult ones. The majority of the aristocratic clientele that had traditionally purchased its products were either killed or driven into exile, and the demand for luxury products such as porcelain was much diminished in the ruinous economy created by the Revolution

For the Sèvres porcelain factory, the years of the French Revolution were…

Sevres (Erdinç Bakla archive)

1766 French (Sèvres) Tray at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

Cabinet, Maker: Martin Carlin (French, near Freiburg im Breisgau ca. 1730–1785 Paris) Factory: Porcelain plaques by Sèvres Manufactory (French, 1740–present) Decorator: Plaques painted by Jean-Baptiste Tandart (active 1754–1800) Maker: Plaques gilded by Jean-Pierre Boulanger (1722–1785, active 1754–85) Maker: and Cyprien-Julien Hirel de Choisy (active 1770–1812) Date: ca. 1775–80 Culture: French (Paris and Sèvres)

Cabinet - Martin Carlin (French, near Freiburg im Breisgau ca. Paris) : Porcelain plaques by Sèvres Manufactory

Gobelet à lait couvert et sa soucoupe en porcelaine tendre de Sèvres, daté 1765 - Sotheby's

Milk cup and saucer covered in soft porcelain of Sevres, dated 1765

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