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Attributed to Feuillet, Jean-Pierre (French, 1777-1840)
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Attributed to the Parisian porcelain producer, Jean-Pierre Feuillet, a maker active in Restauration period France, from 1815 to 1830, when it was ruled by the two brothers of Louis XVI. Decorative arts in the Restauration period returned to the Neoclassicism of former regal periods, as exemplified by these fine wares.
In the style of Sèvres, with a green and gilt ground decorated with spring flowers, they stand on raised square bases. The floral cartouches sit to the base of the central body, a floral frieze goes round the rim, and a pierced lattice extends in two layers, constituting the main section of the bowls. Gilding lines all the structural elements of the porcelain, as well as the square bases on which they are mounted.
A beautiful pair of works, they are similar to, and complement a larger dinner service also in our collection. They have impressed numerals to the bottom, but are otherwise unmarked for the maker.
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