Outstanding Sevres 1850 Hand Painted Portrait "Queen Marie Leczinska" Heavily Silver Overlay 9-3/4"" Plate Artist Signed
Queen Marie Leszczyńska born Maria Karolina Zofia Felicja Leszczyńska [23 June 1703 – Versailles, 24 June 1768] was a queen consort of France. She was a daughter of King Stanisław Leszczyński of Poland and Catherine Opalińska. She married in August, 1725, King Louis XV of France and was the grandmother of Louis XVI, Louis XVIII, and Charles X. In France, she was referred to as Marie Leczinska. She was the longest-serving queen consort of France.
This is an outstanding example of a Sevres, circa 1850, hand painted Portrait Plate.
The beautiful Sevres Plate, which measures 9-3/4", displays a hand painted Portrait of Queen Marie Leczinska" with a heavy and detailed raised silver overlay against a deep cobalt blue background.
The attractive Sevres Portrait Plate is in excellent condition and totally free of chips, cracks, or other damage.....while the heavy silver overlayis in near pristine condition.
The exquisite hand painted Sevres Portrait contains four  different French marks with the Queen's name in script; "Marie Leczinska" [see photo] The Plate is also Artist signed, but difficult to read.
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