Porcelaine de Paris - Manufacture de Clignancourt Comte de Provence - Jug (milk jug) with fine gold decoration circa 1787 - Louis XVI - Porcelain

Description
Porcelaine de Paris - Manufacture de Clignancourt Comte de Provence - Jug (milk jug) with fine gold decoration circa 1787 - Louis XVI - Porcelain
France - Late 18th century

Porcelain milk pot with polychrome and gold decoration. Louis XVI period, later than 1787. It has on the underside the monogram LSX in iron red for Louis Stanislas Xavier, Count of Provence, brother of King Louis XVI and future Louis XVIII. The manufacture of Clignancourt, located in Montmartre was under the protection of the Count of Provence and was named "Manufacture de Monsieur". It specialised in luxury production in direct competition with the Manufacture of Sèvres.

A beautiful collector's set, the polychromy is beautiful and well preserved as well as the fine gold gilding.
A chip on the edge of the neck and a hair in the neck.

Height: 11.3 cm

Lot details
Object
Jug (milk jug) with fine gold decoration circa 1787
Material
Porcelain
Manufacturer/ Brand
Porcelaine de Paris - Manufacture de Clignancourt Comte de Provence
Style
Louis XVI
Estimated Period
Late 18th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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