Stock #: 1011660 Size: 24cm wide
Price: AU$ 3,400.00
Sevres plate from the Earl of Leinster service, of gently lobed form, painted by Joseph Chappius to the center with a fishing trophy, comprising of an eel trap, a gaff, seaweed, floats, and a net of pink fish, the rim with a border of flower garlands by Nicolas Bulidon, the edge with moulded feathering picked out in a double border of feathered blue and gold.
Crossed ‚ÄòL‚Äôs‚Äô mark enclosing ‚ÄòV‚Äô for 1774, also:
‚Äòcp‚Äô - Joseph Chappius, painter of birds & flowers (the center)
‚ÄòB.n.‚Äô - Nicolas Bulidon, painter of garlands
pyramid of dots - uncertain, gilder?
vo - unknown, possible blue feather border painter?
References: The family was originally based in a large castle in Maynooth in County Kildare. In later centuries the family owned estates in Waterford with country residence being a Georgian house called Carton House which had replaced the castle in County Kildare. In
Condition: slight wear to trophy and garlands
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