French Le Tallec Hand-Painted Porcelain Soupière, Mid-20th Century, Rococo Style
French Le Tallec Hand-Painted Porcelain Soupière
This French Le Tallec parcel-gilt blue-celeste ground porcelain soupière with lid and tray from the mid-20th century has an oval shape and is in the Rococo style. The piece is in the Sèvres style with an oval bombe body centring sides of Rocaille molded details above shaped cartouches. The piece is signed and dated underneath the soupière with a dating system adopted by Le Tallec after 1941 in underglaze blue with a gilded stamp. A letter code in the upper part of the atelier signature “LT” indicates the date of production. This piece is signed “Z” for the year 1953. The initials of the piece’s painter in the lower part, “F N” indicate the artist. Above handwritten in underglaze red “Dessiné et peint entièrement à la main par Le Tallec à Paris” (Drawn and painted entirely by hand by Le Tallec in Paris).
Soupière: Height 25 cm, width 37.5 cm, depth 22 cm Plate: Height 5.3 cm, width 54 cm, depth 37 cm.
Date: Mid 20th Century
Technique: Hand Painted
Size:H 9.85 in. x W 21.26 in. x D 14.57 in., H 25 cm x W 54 cm x D 37 cm
Place of Origin: France
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