DESCRIPTION : Here is a antique Paris porcelain topographical finely painted cup and saucer. Hand painted to the front of the cup with a large impressive gated building with two figures in hats, one with a walking cane and talking outside the front.To the back of the cup it is on a green ground and has gilded rims and foot. It has a high scrolled with a shield shaped terminal at the bottom and possibly a bird head terminal to the top of the handle in the scroll. The saucer has an incised line mark to the base otherwise unmarked. It has an inscription below the building in the gilt frame of Palais De Harlem.
Dates to the early 19th century. SIZE : The cup measures 4 1/8 inches high to the top of the handle and 3 inches in diameter. The saucer measures 5 5/8 inches in diameter.CONDITION : The saucer has light ware to the green and the gilt to the saucer well. The gilt inside rim of the cup has some ware as in picture 10. No chips, cracks or restoration. The item "EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PARIS PORCELAIN TOPOGRAPHICAL CUP AND SAUCER" is in sale since Tuesday, April 23, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Date-Lined Ceramics\Pre-c. The seller is "jelbart123" and is located in Warrington. This item can be shipped worldwide.1840