English and European Ceramics and Glass - Lot 411

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A rare Vincennes small bottle or glass cooler c.1750-52, painted in the Meissen style in puce camaïeu with figures in boats and on a jetty in a riverside landscape, within a simple gilt cartouche, the reverse with a courting couple visiting a Classical shrine, blue interlaced LL and dot mark, 11cm high.
Cf. Tamara Préaud and Antoine d'Albis, La Porcelaine de Vincennes, p.101, no.38 for a similar example in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris.
Estimate: £2,500 - 3,500
Hammer Price £ 10,000


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