Egg-shaped teapot Service des Princes (Kind of) Louis-Philippe

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Louis-Philippe, Restauration, Charles X
19th century
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SERVICE DES PRINCES - Teapot in the shape of an egg, in hard porcelain, gilded decoration composed of a net, a frieze of ivy leaves and the large number (monogram) of the king "LP" under a closed royal crown surrounded by a garland tied with foliage branches of oak and laurel. The cover forming a raised branch. Wear points on the gilding, small lack and restorations. Sèvres (Kind of). Door on the reverse in green letters S.65 and apocryphal marks.

Height: 16cm
Length: 12cm

On the service of the Princes:
This is the service used by the king and his family every day for their meals in the various castles of the crown and of the private domain.

Ref: 2BC89DXQ71

Style Louis-Philippe, Restauration, Charles X
Century 19th century
Height (cm) 16
Length (cm) 12
Materials Porcelaine
Shipping Cost 20
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
Location 75018, Paris, France

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