Plaque, MARIE THERESE CHARLOTTE DE BOURBON - Porcelain - 1815

Description
Plaque, MARIE THERESE CHARLOTTE DE BOURBON - Porcelain - 1815
France

A porcelain plaquette;
Bust of MARIE THERESE CHARLOTTE DE BOURBON 1778 - 1851.
Daughter of LOUIS XVI and MARIE-ANTOINETTE
She is the only survivor from the prison 'the Temple' in Paris!
Madame Royale, Duchesse de l'Angoulême, etc. etc.
20 minutes Queen of France on 2 August 1830
Married to her full cousin, Louis Antoine, son of King Charles X.
Porcelaine de Sevres, bisquit, diameter 12 cm, in original frame, height 1.5 cm. Signed Brachard f. (fecit). Dated 1815 (Restauration period)
Jean-Nicolas Alexandre Brachard, born 1784, Sevres 1801 - 1827.
See photos.

Lot details
Object
MARIE THERESE CHARLOTTE DE BOURBON, Plaque
Material
Porcelain
Designer/ Artist
Jean-Nicolas Alexandre Brachard (1784-ca. 1830)
Manufacturer/ Brand
Manufacture Nationale de Sevres
Estimated Period
1815
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
12×1×1 cm
Weight
192 g
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