Antique Old Paris Porcelain Round Covered Dish or Server, Family Shield, Armorial
An Old Paris Porcelain covered round dish embellished with an ornate family crest or seal. The striking dish is in an “egg custard” yellow with white handles and finial which have received gilt trim. The decorative details on the lid are finished with gilt paint and deep red. The bright French blue on the spectacular shield adds contrast. The bottom plate is attached to the dish.
French Porcelain, C 1850. The dish is marked for Rihouet Lerosey. The company originally was started by Louis Marie François Rihouet who was born into a wealthy family attached to the Duke of Orleans. He retired in 1853 and sold his business to Charles Lerosey. The brand continued as Rihouet Lerosey until 1910
Measurements; 7 1/2" in diameter and 3 1/2" high
Condition Report; Very good. No chips or cracks noted. A small loss of gilt on trim in a few areas.
I have two large covered servers that match this dish. They are listed separately. Please use the search function in my shop to view them.
- Stock # 122280
- Measurements; 7 1/2" in diameter and 3 1/2" high
- Complimentary US shipping, 1-2 days ship to pack and ship
- Antique Old Paris Porcelain Round Covered Dish or Server, Family Shield, Armorial