The rich gold trims the round finial, the ribbon handles, the edges, the spout (details shown as photo). Some pieces are marked by Jean Pouyat (JP) Factory, dated ca. Ps: The Pouyat family was one of the oldest French names connected with the Limoges porcelain industry.
Jean Pouyats grandfather had a faience factory in the 1760s at St. He also owned Kaolin factory in the area in the late 1700s.
Jeans father, François, operated a hard paste porcelain factory in Paris from the early 1800s until around 1840. Jean Pouyat established a company circa 1842 at Limoges.
Jean died in 1849, and the business was carried on by his son. About 1883, the company became known as La Céramique. The Pouyat and William Guérin companies were joined in 1912. The set for sale consists of 1 teapot, 7 cups and 7 saucers.
Dimensions: (from handle/ spout to handle). 1 Teapot: L 9.25" x H 8.85" (23.5 cm x 22.5 cm) in good antique condition with no chip/ crack/ hairline...
7 Cups: L 3" x H 3.35" (7.5 cm x 8.5 cm) in good antique condition with no chip/ crack/ hairline...... 7 Saucers: 5 (13 cm) only one saucer has minor chip on the bottom as photo 11 shown, the others are in good antique condition with no chip/ crack/ hairline...... Thank you very much for visiting my shop Mirabeau & Rive-Gauche Antiques to see the other hand painted porcelain items: Jardinière, vase, tray, charger.. The item "Antique French Limoges Hand-painted Tea/ coffee Set of 15 pieces, 1862-1900" is in sale since Saturday, February 20, 2021.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Limoges". The seller is "karinexiao" and is located in Ivry sur Seine. This item can be shipped worldwide.