The Judith Howard Collection - 04 Feb 2020

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Two Sèvres monogrammed coffee cans and saucers (gobelets litrons et soucoupes) c.1780-87

£200 - £300 £250

Two Sèvres monogrammed coffee cans and saucers (gobelets litrons et soucoupes) c.1780-87, one painted by Mme Noualhier with the letter M in pink roses on a ground of scattered cornflowers, another gilded with the monogrammed initials CMD on a white ground, a single Sèvres can painted by Mme Binet with the letter L between flower garlands tied with purple ribbon, varying blue interlaced Ls marks, and a Clignancourt coffee can and saucer painted with two putti holding a leaf diadem above the gilt letter D, some damages, 13.6cm max. (7)

Provenance: The Clignancourt can and saucer is believed to have been made for the Drummond family, the Earls of Perth in Scotland. The can with the letter L was formerly in the Hector Binney Collection.

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