Pair of porcelain plates from the service known as Princes or Officiers, decorated in the center with the cipher of King Louis XVIII in gold in a wreath of laurel leaves, the basin decorated with a seedling of flowers and the edge of a frieze of myrtle leaves in gold.
Sèvres Royal Manufactory, Louis XVIII period (1814-1824).
Marked with the blue stamp with the King's number, one with gilder's marks dated 1815.
Chips restored and damages.
D. 23,5 cm.
This service is called "des Princes" or "des Officiers" within the Archives of the Sèvres manufacture, it was used in all the residences of the Crown and has the same decoration as the service of the Officers under the Empire, at the difference except that the figure of Napoleon was replaced by that of Louis XVIII.