Sèvres Style A Two-Handled Lidded Jar, Hand-Painted Porcelain, Paris 19th Century
This French Le Tallec blue-celeste and parcel gilt base two-handled lidded porcelain jar with a saucer was crafted in Paris during the mid-20th century (1954). The atelier Camille Le Tallec is known for the work and continuation in the tradition of the Vincennes and Sevres porcelain styles. Between 1930 and 1960, Lc Tallec gained momentum when his porcelain works were commissioned for royal houses worldwide, such as for Queen Elizabeth II of England and the Kings Mohammed V and Hassan II of Morocco among others.
The piece is signed and dated underneath the cup and saucer with a dating system adopted by Le Tallec after 1941. The signature is comprised of an underglaze blue stamp with a letter code in the upper part of the atelier signature “LT” that indicates the date of production. This piece is signed “BB” for the year 1954. The initials of the piece’s painter in the lower part, “M F” indicate the artist. Above the stamp handwritten in underglaze red “Dessine et peint enticement a la main par Le Tallec a Paris” (Drawn and painted entirely by hand by Lc Tallec in Paris) and above it a golden mark.
- Date: 19th Century
- Material: Porcelain
- Technique: Hand PAinted
- Dimension: Height: 16 cm Width: 18 cm Diameter: 21 cm
- Condition: Good
- Place of Origin: France
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