Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Ceramics, Room 139, The Curtain Foundation Gallery

Plate

ca. 1842-1855 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Circular plate with moulded design of a man in a tricorne hat and 18th century dress eating and drinking at a table, and with border of rococo scrollwork


Object details
Categories
Object type
Materials and techniques
Earthenware (faïence fine), with moulded and incised design under a transparent green glaze
Brief description
Earthenware plate with moulded and incised design, made at Rubelles pottery factory, France, about 1842-1855
Physical description
Circular plate with moulded design of a man in a tricorne hat and 18th century dress eating and drinking at a table, and with border of rococo scrollwork
Marks and inscriptions
circular mark: 'BREVET ADT D'INVENTION' impressed
Credit line
Given by J. H. Fitzhenry
Subjects depicted
Bibliographic references
  • Alix de Ravel d'Esclapon, La Faïence de Rubelles, 1988
  • For similar plates with this mark dated 1842-55 see Dorothée Guillemé Brulon, La Faïence fine francaise, 1750-1867, Paris, 1995, p. 59.
Collection
Accession number
C.683-1909

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Record createdJune 7, 2004
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