19th Century Porcelain Service Part. Charles Pillivuyt

19th century
Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
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Porcelain service part with gold monogram "LT". France, Charles Pillivuyt, second half of the 19th century.
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The Charles Pillivuyt house was founded in Foëcy in 1818 by Jean Louis Richard Pillivuyt, who bought a small brickyard for and transformed it into a porcelain factory. And in 1823, at an exhibition in New York, his porcelain received its first medal. In 1847, his eldest son Charles opened the first store in Paris rue de Paradis. Then in 1854, Charles Pillivuyt built a second factory in the neighboring town of Mehun-sur-Yèvre. The house will receive its first gold medal at the World's Fair in 1855. The Pillivuyt company thrives every year, winning prizes and medals at exhibitions around the world. The company's reputation grew internationally and soon the Pillivuyt brand would become the choice of many royal houses. The porcelain factory will also participate in the Universal Exhibition in London in 1862. At the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1867, they will win a new gold medal.

1 oval-shaped dish - 60 cm x 21 cm
1 oval-shaped dish - 39 cm x 27 cm.
6 soup plates - diameter 23.5 cm.
In a perfect state
Price - 280 euros without delivery.
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Ref: ZFL732T2P2

Style Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
Century 19th century
Artist Charles Pillivuyt
Manufacture / Brand Charles Pillivuyt
Weight (Kg) 5
Materials Porcelain
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 85260, L'Herbergement, France

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