Series of six hard porcelain plates from Paris, with polychrome central decoration on one of a lively scene with two children playing in an interior in front of their mother cutting bread on a stool, two with troubadour style decoration, one of which illustrating Paolo and Francesca de Dante inspired by Coupin de la Couperie's canvas (1812), the other three of animated scenes, one with a woman bringing fish to two other women, the other with a young mother breastfeeding to her child in an interior, the last with a man repairing the straw of two women's chairs. Marli with a blue background adorned with neoclassical motifs with swans, palmettes and trophies in burnished gold, edged with large gold threads.
Very good condition.
Restoration period, carried out between 1815 and 1820.
Marked with the red stamp "Manufacture de Madame la Duchesse d'Angoulême P.L. Dagoty, E. Honoré in Paris", rare presence of sales labels of the Dagoty Manufacture with the n ° 35, and F marks painted in blue under cover.
D. 23 cm.
A plate to bring together illustrated in the book by Régine de Plinval de Guillebon, "Dagoty à Paris", Somogy, 2006, cat. 52 p. 73.