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Paris porcelain Nast Plate 9 1/4" Decorated in Cornflower Spring, Barbeau Décor, France, made in Paris between 1784 and 1835

Paris porcelain Nast Plate 9 1/4" Decorated in Cornflower Spring, Barbeau Décor, France, made in Paris between 1784 and 1835

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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: Porcelain, porcelaine, porcelaine de Paris, Paris porcelain
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Paris porcelain Nast Plate 9 1/4" Decorated in Cornflower Spring, Barbeau Décor, France, made in Paris between 1784 and 1835

Marked on the back with red stamp “Nast, Paris”.
In excellent condition, with no chip, crack, crazing, has slight wear to the gilding on the plate rim due to age 
Features a delightful pattern of cornflowers, called in France "Barbeaux’’.

The manufacture de Nast was a prominent hard-paste porcelain factory founded in Paris in 1783 by Jean Népomucène Hermann Nast, an Austrian born French citizen.
After working at a porcelain manufacturer in Versailles, Nast opened his own small factory in Paris in 1783. Following its successes through sales to the government of the French Directory and the court of Napoleon I the firm needed increased production and Nast with his two sons opened a large factory located on the rue du Chemin-Vert in the 11th arrondissement of Paris in 1806.
The firm's products were sold to the French upper class and to several courts of Europe, as well as one of the earliest state china services, used by President James Madison in the White House in or about 1814 (purchased privately on Madison's behalf in 1806 when he was Secretary of State, and used by him as President after the burning of the mansion and its contents by the British in the War of 1812).

Nast porcelain was produced until 1835, and was one of a number of factories making very high-quality porcelain in Paris in this period.

The barbeaux pattern is a typical pattern of French tableware. It was put into fashion by Queen Marie-Antoinette, who ordered to the "Manufacture royale de Sèvres" a complete table set with this pattern. Since then, the "décor aux Barbeaux" became a timeless classic and is always sought after for its delicacy and elegance.

Dimensions:

Diameter: 9-1/4 in. / 23,5 cm
Weight: 17.7 oz /503 grams


All of the items we offer are antique and simply pre-owned, reasonable wear and tear is to be expected. Therefore our items are sold as seen. Please be aware that vintage and antique items are not likely to be in straight out of factory condition.
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We only ship with Canada Post with tracking & delivery confirmation as well as liability coverage. Ask us if you need to know the shipping rate for your country.
IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES AND CHARGES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ITEM PRICE OR SHIPPING CHARGE. THESE CHARGES ARE THE BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY.
Paris porcelain Nast Plate 9 1/4" Decorated in Cornflower Spring, Barbeau Décor, France, made in Paris between 1784 and 1835

Marked on the back with red stamp “Nast, Paris”.
In excellent condition, with no chip, crack, crazing, has slight wear to the gilding on the plate rim due to age 
Features a delightful pattern of cornflowers, called in France "Barbeaux’’.

The manufacture de Nast was a prominent hard-paste porcelain factory founded in Paris in 1783 by Jean Népomucène Hermann Nast, an Austrian born French citizen.
After working at a porcelain manufacturer in Versailles, Nast opened his own small factory in Paris in 1783. Following its successes through sales to the government of the French Directory and the court of Napoleon I the firm needed increased production and Nast with his two sons opened a large factory located on the rue du Chemin-Vert in the 11th arrondissement of Paris in 1806.
The firm's products were sold to the French upper class and to several courts of Europe, as well as one of the earliest state china services, used by President James Madison in the White House in or about 1814 (purchased privately on Madison's behalf in 1806 when he was Secretary of State, and used by him as President after the burning of the mansion and its contents by the British in the War of 1812).

Nast porcelain was produced until 1835, and was one of a number of factories making very high-quality porcelain in Paris in this period.

The barbeaux pattern is a typical pattern of French tableware. It was put into fashion by Queen Marie-Antoinette, who ordered to the "Manufacture royale de Sèvres" a complete table set with this pattern. Since then, the "décor aux Barbeaux" became a timeless classic and is always sought after for its delicacy and elegance.

Dimensions:

Diameter: 9-1/4 in. / 23,5 cm
Weight: 17.7 oz /503 grams


All of the items we offer are antique and simply pre-owned, reasonable wear and tear is to be expected. Therefore our items are sold as seen. Please be aware that vintage and antique items are not likely to be in straight out of factory condition.
____________________________________________________________________________
We only ship with Canada Post with tracking & delivery confirmation as well as liability coverage. Ask us if you need to know the shipping rate for your country.
IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES AND CHARGES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ITEM PRICE OR SHIPPING CHARGE. THESE CHARGES ARE THE BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY.

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