A Derby Porcelain Sevres Style Plate c1810

Heading : A Derby Porcelain Sevres Style Plate
Date : c1810
Period : George III
Marks : Crown above crossed batons
Origin : Derby, England
Colour :Polychrome
Pattern : Bouquets and scattered flowers
Condition : Good. No chips or cracks. A few thick scratches in the glaze and some light crazing in the cavetto
Restoration None
Dimensions : diameter 24.3cm
Weight : 524 grams

The Chelsea Porcelain factory was heavily influenced by the "Royal factory of Vicennes" and Sevres style wares were produced from 1758/9 onwards. One supposes that this was a continuation of the flagrant copying of Meissen during the red anchor period when they produced "Chelsea Toys" such as etuis and bodkin cases that had precise botanical depictions of flowers in the Germanic style. This propensity to "copy" styles continued following the purchase by William Duesbury of Derby in 1770 and well into the 19th century

The plate has "coquilles with gros bleu"  to use the Sevres terminology, scallops outlined with mazarin blue, and gilded edges with floral decoration.



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