FOUR PORCELAIN PLATES RUSSIA AND FRANCE, 19TH CENTURY

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One, painted en grisaille with a view of Kamenny island in St Petersburg after the enrgaving by Sylvestr Schedrin, within a pink border decorated with laurel wreaths and masks, apparently unmarked, by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, circa 1820-1825, the other, painted with a view of the monument of Peter the Great in St Petersburg after Ivan Chesky, inscribed in Russian under base, apparently unmarked, by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, circa 1820-1825, the other, painted with Cossack encampment, within a gilt ciselé border, inscribed in French under base, marked under base with blue underglaze and red overglaze marks of La Courtille Porcelain Factory, France, the other, painted with Chiron the centaur teaching Achilles to use a bow and arrow after J.B. Regnault, within a gilt border, apparently unmarked, probably France97⁄8 in. (25 cm.) diameter, and smaller