Sevres plate, later decorated by Randall, birds fruit & flowers, c.1780+1830
Sèvres plate with ‘Bleu Celeste’ ground to the rim, reserving three panels containing a bird in a landscape, the center with a large group of flowers & fruit, the whole with superb cisel gilt flower swags.
Crossed ‘L’ mark in blue, various incised marks,
the porcelain circa 1770,
the decoration later,
attributed to the Englishman Thomas Martin Randall, circa 1830
minor flaws to gold