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Rare Antique Sevres Porcelain Large Sugar Bowl Napoleon Princess Murat For Sale
Rare Antique Sevres Porcelain Large Sugar Bowl Napoleon Princess Murat:
Unique Very Rare Truly a Museum Piece Antique 1800’s Sevres Porcelain Large Sugar Bowl Offered by the Emperor to His Sister Princess Murat, burgundy color, decorated with the Napoleonic battlefield, landscape and gilt laurels.
Multiple pieces of the same set are sold separately.
The item is marked on the bottom Sevres mark.
Also, this imperial gift has the following French inscription:
"Offert par S. M. [L'Empereur] Samnes [not sure] a la Princesse Murat" (offered by His Majesty to Princess Murat).
Not able to read Samnes, don’t know the meaning.
An extraordinary imperial gift! The more you look into the stunning decoration of this set, the more you see. Just a fabulous and amazing, a true tribute to the master French artisans at Sevres.
It is in excellent antique condition.
This magnificent Imperial collection item came from the estate the Californian estate.
The gold decoration has faded a bit (not a big deal). Please view the pictures and ask for more pictures if seriously considering to buy.
In good order.
"In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made is merely a subjective, qualified opinion.”
Sèvres was a popular factory for the commission and production of royal, imperial and diplomatic gifts, as well as for direct purchases by royal families and the aristocracy.
Monarchs and leaders across the Western world looked to France for their important commissions and major purchases. For example, Catherine the Great ordered a fabulous service from Sèvres in 1776. The majority of Her service is in the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, but a few pieces have come up for sale over the years, including a pair of ice-pails, covers and liners, selling for £842,500 with premium, and a soup-plate, which sold for £137,000.
Royal and political patronage continued over successive decades into the 19th century and beyond.
Napoleon ordered the service ‘Marly Rouge’, which was delivered to Château de Fontainebleau in October 1809, shortly before the Emperor arrived for a one-month stay. His Imperial M~s service was decorated with finely painted moths within red and gilt borders. A portion of that service sold in the Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller in May 2018 for the world record price of $1,812,500.
We do not have any papers to confirm authenticity or provenance of this item. Please seek independent experts advice before making your decision to make a purchase.
This item is a part of the set, but other pieces are sold separately. Please view our separate listings.
Please Enjoy this Note: Following the very rude spamming communication from a potential buyer regarding authenticity of one of my Sevres porcelain collection items ( would not even let my replies to go back to him), in order to prevent future misunderstandings with any buyers, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand on this Memorial Day, 30 of May, in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty-two, declaring to add the following mandatory note to all my current and future Sevres listing item descriptions:
“Not sure if this item is still part of the original order commissioned by a Monarch (meaning kings or the emperor’s, such as Napoleon I, Louis Philippe, Napoleon III, etc) or the augmented part of the royal order, or a later copy made in 19th or 20th centuries, but either way even if and when it is just Sevres “Style” they still are rare pieces of porcelain art. This note is going to be added to all listings even if and when I am 100 % sure they are original ones. Now it is up to a potential buyer to investigate before purchasing and making their own informed decision. Meanwhile, please feel free to share your options and negotiate price by sending me your best offers but be assured that no one can intimidate me to reduce a price on any original or potentially not original items in a rude way.”
This is a very rare item marked Sevres as shown. It is entirely handpainted with a Napoleonic military scene on one side and a bucolic scene on the other. The lid has a small chip on the inner rim which is just barely visible on the outer edge. The sugar bowl is missing 3 little gold dots around the reserve frame. Otherwise it is in excellent condition.
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