Sèvres Porcelain, France (1756 on) Photos

The Porcelain manufactured at Sèvres since 1756, is considered the prime ceramic source of France. Products range from household dishes to large ceremonial pieces. Sèvres evolved from the Vincennes factory started in 1740, before moving to this Seine River site nearer to Paris in 1756.

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Sèvres porcelain platter from blue celeste service of Louis XV at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Saucer by Vincennes-Sèvres Porcelain of France at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.Sèvres porcelain rose pitcher & oval basin at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Pink porcelain with artichoke handle tureen by Vincennes-Sèvres Porcelain of France at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.
Sèvres porcelain platter from blue celeste service of Louis XV (1751-4) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France. Saucer (1753) by Vincennes-Sèvres Porcelain of France at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH. Sèvres porcelain rose pitcher & oval basin (1757-65) at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Pink porcelain with artichoke handle tureen (1757) by Vincennes-Sèvres Porcelain of France at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.
Sèvres porcelain tureen with bird decor by Louis-Denis Armand at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres porcelain sugar dish with bird decor at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres porcelain butter dish, soup cup & salt seller with bird decor by Étienne Evans at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres coffee cups from porcelain collection at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.
Sèvres porcelain tureen (1759) with bird decor by Louis-Denis Armand at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres porcelain sugar dish (1759) with bird decor at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres porcelain butter dish, soup cup & salt seller (1759) with bird decor by Étienne Evans at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres coffee cups (1757-1786) from porcelain collection at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.
Sèvres coffee cups & cup plates at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Sèvres coffee cups & cup plates at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Porcelain cup & saucer by Charles Buteux the Elder of Sèvres Manuf. of France at J. Paul Getty Museum Center. Malibu, CA.Sèvres porcelain tea set by Vincent Taillandier at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres coffee cups & cup plates (1757-1786) at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Sèvres coffee cups & cup plates at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Porcelain cup & saucer (1759) by Charles Buteux the Elder of Sèvres Manuf. of France at J. Paul Getty Museum Center. Malibu, CA.Sèvres porcelain tea set (1759) by Vincent Taillandier at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Collection of Sèvres porcelain cups & saucers at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Collection of Sèvres porcelain cups & saucers (1760-88) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer (after 1760) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer (after 1760) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer (after 1760) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cups & saucers by Méreaud l'aîné & by de Cornailles at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain components used for blue vessels with white goats & gold trim at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres table service in porcelain collection at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.
Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer (1763-4) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cups & saucers (l) (1765) by Méreaud l'aîné & (r) (1766) by de Cornailles at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain components used for blue vessels with white goats & gold trim (c1767-8) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres table service (1767) in porcelain collection at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.
Bowl & plates from Sèvres table service at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Cup & saucer from Sèvres table service at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Sevres porcelain painted with roses at Scone Palace. Perth, Scotland.Sèvres porcelain blue tea cup at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Bowl & plates from Sèvres table service (1767) at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Cup & saucer from Sèvres table service (1767) at Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, France.Sevres porcelain painted with roses (1768) at Scone Palace. Perth, Scotland.Sèvres porcelain blue tea cup (1768) at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain blue covered tureen with artichoke handle at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Painted porcelain cups & saucers by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain covered bowl on plate from Sèvres, France at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Porcelain plates by Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory of France at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Sèvres porcelain blue covered tureen with artichoke handle (1770) at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Painted porcelain cups & saucers (1770s) by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain covered bowl on plate (1770) from Sèvres, France at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Porcelain plates (1771-92) by Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory of France at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.
Sèvres porcelain serving dish with exotic birds at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.Sèvres porcelain serving dishes with exotic birds at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.Sèvres porcelain ice cream vessel for Prince Louis de Rohan at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain pitcher & basin at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain serving dish with exotic birds (c1771) at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.Sèvres porcelain serving dishes with exotic birds (c1771) at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.Sèvres porcelain ice cream vessel (1772) for Prince Louis de Rohan at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain pitcher & basin (c1774) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain cup & saucer with scenes after François Boucher by Charles-Nicolas Dodin & Etienne-Henri Le Guay of Sèvres, France at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Gilded porcelain cup & saucer in caramel from Sèvres, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Sèvres porcelain service for Catherine II of Russia by Le Guay & Barré at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain Arabesque pattern saucer plate at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain cup & saucer with scenes after François Boucher (1774) by Charles-Nicolas Dodin & Etienne-Henri Le Guay of Sèvres, France at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Gilded porcelain cup & saucer in caramel (1779) from Sèvres, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Sèvres porcelain service for Catherine II of Russia (Ekaterina II) (c1779) by Le Guay & Barré at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain Arabesque pattern saucer plate (c1780) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sevres porcelain painted with birds by Micaud at Scone Palace. Perth, Scotland.Porcelain kettle painted attrib. Charles-Eloi Asselin for Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory of France at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Porcelain from Sèvres banquet service & glassware used by George & Martha Washington in New York & Philadelphia at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sèvres china purchased by John & Abigail Adams while U.S. minister to France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Sevres porcelain (1780) painted with birds by Micaud at Scone Palace. Perth, Scotland.Porcelain kettle (1783-84) painted attrib. Charles-Eloi Asselin for Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory of France at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Porcelain from Sèvres banquet service & glassware used by George & Martha Washington in New York & Philadelphia at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sèvres china purchased (1784) by John & Abigail Adams while U.S. minister to France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Sèvres china gravy boat purchased by John & Abigail Adams while U.S. minister to France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sèvres Buffon porcelain serving dishes with birds on dining room sideboard at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain covered serving dishes with birds at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon pattern porcelain green & gold table service painted with birds at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres china gravy boat purchased (1784) by John & Abigail Adams while U.S. minister to France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sèvres Buffon porcelain serving dishes with birds (1784-6) on dining room sideboard at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain covered serving dishes with birds (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon pattern porcelain green & gold table service painted with birds (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres Buffon porcelain serving plate with roseate spoonbill at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain dinner plate with toucan at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain dinner plate with finch at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain gravy boat with rooster at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres Buffon porcelain serving plate with roseate spoonbill (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain dinner plate with toucan (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain dinner plate with finch (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain gravy boat with rooster (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres Buffon porcelain dinner plate with bird at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain baskets & egg cups with birds at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain "aux oiseaux Buffon" pattern plate at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain cup & saucer by Sèvres Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Sèvres Buffon porcelain dinner plate with bird (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres Buffon porcelain baskets & egg cups with birds (1784-6) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain "aux oiseaux Buffon" pattern plate (1784) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain cup & saucer (c1785) by Sèvres Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Sèvres French porcelain cup & saucer showing balloon flight of J.A.C. Charles at National Air & Space Museum. Chantilly, VA.Porcelain cup & saucer in orange from Sèvres, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Sevres plate owned by Thomas Jefferson who was ambassador to France at the time at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Sèvres porcelain ice cream vessel by Fontaine & Prévost with gold by Le Guay or Le Grand at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres French porcelain cup & saucer (c1785) showing balloon flight of J.A.C. Charles (Dec. 1, 1783) at National Air & Space Museum. Chantilly, VA.Porcelain cup & saucer in orange (1786) from Sèvres, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Sevres plate (1786) owned by Thomas Jefferson who was ambassador to France at the time at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Sèvres porcelain ice cream vessel (1787) by Fontaine & Prévost with gold by Le Guay or Le Grand at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain ice cream coolers by Sèvres Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Blue Sevres porcelain hanging lamp at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.Vitrine with blue Sevres porcelain at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.Blue Sevres porcelain coffee service at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.
Porcelain ice cream coolers (1789) by Sèvres Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Blue Sevres porcelain hanging lamp at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.Vitrine with blue Sevres porcelain at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.Blue Sevres porcelain coffee service at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Austin, TX.
Sèvres porcelain sugar bowl painted with birds at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer painted with birds at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain plate by François-Marie Barrat of Sèvres Porcelain of France at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Sèvres porcelain color palette showing colors & effects possible at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain sugar bowl painted with birds (1793-9) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer painted with birds (1793-9) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain plate (1793) by François-Marie Barrat of Sèvres Porcelain of France at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Sèvres porcelain color palette (1798 - year 6 of French Republic) showing colors & effects possible at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain color palette declaring France one & unified at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Bronze & Sèvres blue porcelain mantle clock in shape of lyre attrib. Pierre Gouthière at Cognacq-Jay Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain color wheel at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Collection of French porcelain from Vincennes & Sevres at Orleans Beaux Arts Museum. Orleans, France.
Sèvres porcelain color palette (1798 - year 6 of French Republic) declaring France one & unified at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Bronze & Sèvres blue porcelain mantle clock in shape of lyre (18thC) attrib. Pierre Gouthière at Cognacq-Jay Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain color wheel (end 18thC) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Collection of French porcelain from Vincennes & Sevres (18thC) at Orleans Beaux Arts Museum. Orleans, France.
Collection of French porcelain mostly from Vincennes & Sevres at Orleans Beaux Arts Museum. Orleans, France.Sèvres stoneware teapot by Manuf. Lambert of Sèvres at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain bisque Egyptian scene with invented Hieroglyphics inspired by Napoleon's campaigns in Egypt at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Cup & saucer depicting Napoleon on campaign, Sevres porcelain, 1st Empire at Masséna Museum. Nice, France.
Collection of French porcelain mostly from Vincennes & Sevres (late 18thC) at Orleans Beaux Arts Museum. Orleans, France.Sèvres stoneware teapot (c1801-8) by Manuf. Lambert of Sèvres at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain bisque Egyptian scene with invented Hieroglyphics (1802) inspired by Napoleon's campaigns in Egypt at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Cup & saucer depicting Napoleon on campaign, Sevres porcelain, 1st Empire at Masséna Museum. Nice, France.
Sèvres porcelain chocolate cup with portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte by Jean-Baptiste Isabey at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain chocolate cup with portrait of Josephine Bonaparte by Marie-Victoire Jaquotot after original by Jean-Baptiste Isabey at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain chocolate cup with portrait of Empress Josephine Bonaparte by Marie-Victoire Jaquotot after original by François Gérard at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain bust of Napoleon I & relief plaques portraying themes of Napoleon by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain chocolate cup (1803) with portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte by Jean-Baptiste Isabey at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain chocolate cup (1806) with portrait of Josephine Bonaparte by Marie-Victoire Jaquotot after original by Jean-Baptiste Isabey at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain chocolate cup (1810) with portrait of Empress Josephine Bonaparte by Marie-Victoire Jaquotot after original by François Gérard at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain bust of Napoleon I (1811) & relief plaques (1808-11) portraying themes of Napoleon by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain relief plaque portraying Napoleon as restorer of liberty by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plate painted with flowers a gift from Napoleon to King of Bavaria at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres & Nymphenburg porcelain teacups painted with playing children at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Cups & saucers with Egyptian themes by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain relief plaque (1808-11) portraying Napoleon as restorer of liberty by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plate painted with flowers (1808-9) a gift from Napoleon to King of Bavaria at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Sèvres & Nymphenburg porcelain teacups painted with playing children (c1809) at Bavarian National Museum. Munich, Germany.Cups & saucers with Egyptian themes (1810) by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain egg & serpent teapot at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cups & saucers by Christophe Ferdinand Caron using recently found on ruins of Pompei at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain gilded coffee service with bisque areas by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain gilded coffee pot with bisque areas by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier given by Napoleon I to Duchess of Castiglione at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain egg & serpent teapot (1808, made 1815) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cups & saucers (1804 & 3) by Christophe Ferdinand Caron using recently found on ruins of Pompei at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain gilded coffee service with bisque areas (c1805) by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain gilded coffee pot with bisque areas (1813) by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier given by Napoleon I to Duchess of Castiglione at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain teapot of Déjeuner Régnier à Reliefs by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier of Sèvres Porcelain of France at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Sèvres porcelain bisque four-seasons clock in form of ancient Roman altar by Charles Percier at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plate imitating antique cameo of Penelope caught unwinding her weaving in the Odyssey by Jean-Marie Degault at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain cups & saucers with breakfast coffee pot by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain teapot of Déjeuner Régnier à Reliefs (c1813) by Jean-Marie-Ferdinand Régnier of Sèvres Porcelain of France at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Sèvres porcelain bisque four-seasons clock in form of ancient Roman altar (1813) by Charles Percier at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plate imitating antique cameo of Penelope caught unwinding her weaving in the Odyssey (1813-5) by Jean-Marie Degault at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain cups & saucers with breakfast coffee pot (1817-9) by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Dining room place setting with Sevres plates at Russborough House. Ireland.Sèvres porcelain plates showing industrial arts of France by Jean-Charles Develly at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plates showing industrial art of printing by Jean-Charles Develly at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plates showing industrial art of metalwork by Jean-Charles Develly at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Dining room place setting with Sevres plates at Russborough House. Ireland.Sèvres porcelain plates showing industrial arts of France (1820-35) by Jean-Charles Develly at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plates showing industrial art of printing (1820-35) by Jean-Charles Develly at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain plates showing industrial art of metalwork (1820-35) by Jean-Charles Develly at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Copies of old masters on porcelain by several Sèvres artists at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain teapot with snake handle by Sèvres at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Flamands A porcelain vase by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain luncheon service in form of grand gallery of chateau of Fontainebleau by Alexandre Evariste Fragonard at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Copies of old masters on porcelain by several Sèvres artists (1820s) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain teapot with snake handle (1833) by Sèvres at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Flamands A porcelain vase (1833-5) by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain luncheon service in form of grand gallery of chateau of Fontainebleau (1835) by Alexandre Evariste Fragonard at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain tea & coffee service from Sèvres, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Chinese reticulated porcelain breakfast service by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain reticulated tea & coffee service in Chinese style by Sèvres Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Porcelain Athens cup by Sèvres Manuf. at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain tea & coffee service (1839-42) from Sèvres, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Chinese reticulated porcelain breakfast service (1840) by Sevres Manuf. at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Porcelain reticulated tea & coffee service in Chinese style (1842-3) by Sèvres Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Porcelain Athens cup (1851) by Sèvres Manuf. (shown London Exposition 1851) at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.
Sevres porcelain painted with flowers at Scone Palace. Perth, Scotland.Porcelain collection by Dresden, Meissen, & Sevres at Russborough House. Ireland.Pink Sevres desert plates used by Buchanan at Wheatland. Lancaster, PA.Sèvres porcelain plates from Second Empire replicating designs found at Pompei by Jules-Pierre-Michel Diéterle & used by Prince Napoleon at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sevres porcelain painted with flowers at Scone Palace. Perth, Scotland.Porcelain collection by Dresden, Meissen, & Sevres at Russborough House. Ireland.Pink Sevres desert plates used by Buchanan at Wheatland. Lancaster, PA.Sèvres porcelain plates from Second Empire (1852-70) replicating designs found at Pompei by Jules-Pierre-Michel Diéterle & used by Prince Napoleon at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain India-style water jug & platter by Jules-Pierre-Michel Diéterle at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain elephant teapot at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Coffee pot in shape of elephant head by Marc-Louis-Emmanuel Solon of Sèvres at Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA.Sèvres porcelain water pitcher by Joseph Nicolle at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain India-style water jug & platter (1854) by Jules-Pierre-Michel Diéterle at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain elephant teapot (1862) at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Coffee pot in shape of elephant head (1862) by Marc-Louis-Emmanuel Solon of Sèvres at Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA.Sèvres porcelain water pitcher (1867) by Joseph Nicolle at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Ceramic plate showing armored Renaissance soldier in imitation of majolica style by Emile Erhmann with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate showing Renaissance woman in imitation of majolica style by Emile Erhmann with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate showing Charlemagne by Albert Anker with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate showing young woman in dress of 16thC by Albert Anker with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Ceramic plate (1869) showing armored Renaissance soldier in imitation of majolica style by Emile Erhmann with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate (1869) showing Renaissance woman in imitation of majolica style by Emile Erhmann with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate (1870-5) showing Charlemagne by Albert Anker with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Ceramic plate (1870-5) showing young woman in dress of 16thC by Albert Anker with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.
Ceramic plate showing young Florentine in dress of 16thC by Albert Anker with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain litron cup & saucer at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain Saigon style covered vases by André Fernand Thesmar at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres stoneware plate with fish by Albert Dammouse at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Ceramic plate (1870-5) showing young Florentine in dress of 16thC by Albert Anker with Théodore Deck from Sèvres at Petit Palace Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain litron cup & saucer (1882) at Arts et Metiers Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain Saigon style covered vases (19thC) by André Fernand Thesmar at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres stoneware plate with fish (c1900) by Albert Dammouse at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain bisque dancer statuettes by Agathon Léonard at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer by Léon Kann at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain fennel cup & saucer by Léon Kann at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain vase Aubert #9 by Félix Aubert, Henri Patou & Proper Walter at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain bisque dancer statuettes (1900) by Agathon Léonard at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain cup & saucer (1900-2) by Léon Kann at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain fennel cup & saucer (1900-2) by Léon Kann at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain vase Aubert #9 (1920) by Félix Aubert, Henri Patou & Proper Walter at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain coffee & tea service by G.L.Claude; Walter; & Mme Balik at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain dancers by Jean-Baptiste Gauvenet & Léonard Gébleux at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain Ruhlmann cup & saucer by Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres stoneware rooster by Paul Beyer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Sèvres porcelain coffee & tea service (1922-5) by G.L.Claude; Walter; & Mme Balik at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain dancers (1925-6) by Jean-Baptiste Gauvenet & Léonard Gébleux at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain Ruhlmann cup & saucer (1933-4) by Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres stoneware rooster (1933) by Paul Beyer at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain Platter la Normandie by Jean Beaumont of Sèvres Porcelain Factory of France at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Sèvres porcelain bisque ostriches bar by François Xavier Lalanne at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain desert plate of service Diane by Hilton McConnico at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain Platter la Normandie (1936) by Jean Beaumont of Sèvres Porcelain Factory of France at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Sèvres porcelain bisque ostriches bar (1970-80) by François Xavier Lalanne at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.Sèvres porcelain desert plate of service Diane (2014) by Hilton McConnico at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.

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