Porcelain Biscuit Cup And Vase A La Marquise De Sévigné

160
19th century
Other style
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From: 85260, L'Herbergement, France

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    Large Paris porcelain breakfast cup, first half of the 19th century
    LP monogram in gold
    Hollow mark under the base
    Perfect condition except slight wear of the gilding
    The cup: Height - 9.5 cm, diameter - 11 cm
    The saucer: diameter - 17.5 cm

    Gilded porcelain biscuit vase, Paris, early 20th century.
    Brand "Collection of the Marquise de Sévigné" under the base
    In a perfect state,
    Height - 10 cm, diameter - 20 cm
    Price - 160 euros without delivery.
    Delivery in secure packaging.
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    MARQUISE DE SÉVIGNÉ
    A family history since 1890
    In the 1890s, the couple decided to start making chocolate and bought a place in Royat. The Grande Chocolaterie du Center is launched. The genius idea of Auguste and Clémentine is to stand out from industrial production. Make quality products and present them pleasantly in their own shops. Marketing ahead of time.
    After a first address in Royat, two followed in Vichy and success was evident.
    Clémentine does not fail to ensure the promotion of her production in literary salons and among people of good society. But there is still a lack of real recognition for these chocolates of excellence. Fate will take charge of turning history upside down.
    In 1900, Edmond Rostand, then at the height of his glory, attended the Vichy opera house for a performance of his Cyrano de Bergerac. Clémentine wishes to send him a box of his finest chocolates and inquires about the place where he has stayed. At the Pavillon Sévigné, he was told. Clémentine takes the name of her brand: A la Marquise de Sévigné.

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