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A Sevres Cup and saucer, circa 1768

Sèvres was the finest porcelain manufactory in Europe from the mid-eighteenth century. Known for its unrivalled techniques and complex methods of production, the factory produced rich and extravagant wares sought after by the wealthiest of patrons.
Sèvres porcelain surpassed all others in the quality of its painting, and some of the most prized designs were of mythological, classical and historical subjects. From the 1760s, pieces were also often embellished with gilt bronze, which added to the opulence of the porcelain – making it a highly desirable ornament for luxurious interiors.
Today, the Royal Collection contains the most important assemblage of Sèvres porcelain in the world. Much of it was acquired between 1783 and 1830 by George IV (1762–1830), who popularised the taste for French porcelain in Britain.


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I hope Eloise, Wendy and Michelle to be on your way to the Sevres teacup party.. We will all have fun!.


Thank you Janet for your nice comment. I give you a big hug!


Hi Yolanda, let's have Earl Grey tea together served in the above cups with a big slice of millefeuille each. Wouldn't be nice?


You are welcome Irma and Jillian.


Bekka, hand painted china must have taken plenty of time to finish and they probably produced a small number of them..that's why they were so expensive.


Thank you Surfer for your kind words.


So beautiful xx thx for the invite - I am on my way ♥♥♥


What a beautiful teacup and plate. - Wendy

Yes please - a green tea with a slice of lemon. Thanks. Such a lovely design.


A beautiful cup and saucer thanks Marina, gorgeous decoration and a fun puzzle too. Hugs to you. ♥

Yes please - I will have Earl Grey with a slice of lemon in that beautiful cup. And a mille feux on the plate. Feel thoroughly spoiled today. Sigh of satisfaction! Cheers Yolanda (pretty sure my French is incorrect)


This is beautiful, thank you and the information is very interesting too.


Very pretty. Thank you very much Marina.. Greetings to you Irena


Marina, these are absolutely gorgeous!! Imagine how long it would have taken to hand-paint each one ... Thank you for the beautiful puzzle for today :-)


Marina you have great taste in seeking out beauty and information, many of us appreciate your posts and seek them out myself included. The Sevres cup and saucer are an outstanding example! My thanks for bringing artistic beauty always.