Volume III (2007): Sèvres Porcelain: Patronage and Design – Published in honour of Sir Geoffrey de Bellaigue Edited by Oliver Fairclough, John Whitehead and Aileen Dawson

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The Bouquet de la Dauphine: sources and influences
Maureen Cassidy-Geiger

La porcelain de Vincennes-Sèvres: une arme diplomatique au 18e siècle
Marie-Laure de Rochebrune

Who bought Sèvres porcelain? New light on the factory’s clientele in the 18th century
Aileen Dawson

Sèvres in Brussels: the collection of Charles of Lorraine
Reinier Baarsen

Victory at Sea: a Vincennes cuvette painted with a battle scene
Julie Emerson

Attributions to Dodin of painted scenes on two remarkable pieces of Sèvres porcelain
Adrian Sassoon

A Dodin-decorated Discovery: two grands gobelets Saxe et soucoupes at Godinton Park
Kate Davson

Sculptures en porcelain de Sèvres et bronze doré au dix-huitième siècle
Tamara Préaud

Early Sèvres Coffee Pots
David Peters

Peasants and Porcelain: Sèvres and the taste for Teniers
Juliet Carey

Two Vases des âges in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Jeffrey Munger

Sèvres Porcelain of the 1780s decorated in Neoclassical Style with figures Étrusques en or in the Art Institute of Chicago’s Collection
Ghenete Zelleke

The Sèvres ‘arabesque’ service and the Vatican Loggia engravings
John Whitehead

A minute Sèvres Revolutionary Gobelet ‘litron’ et soucoupe and its possible sources
Pamela Roditi

Fit for a Pope: The Sèvres porcelain presented to Pius VII by Napoleon
Selma Schwartz

Flowers for the Empress: The Sèvres Service des plantes de la Malmaison et les Liliacées
Tracey Albainy

Mixing Metaphors: The Renaissance Revival at Sèvres
Linda Roth

Quintin Craufurd and George IV: a shared taste
Sir Geoffrey de Bellaigue

‘A profusion of fine old Sèvres china’: the collection of the 2nd Earl of Lonsdale (1787-1872)
Rosalind Savill

The Vincennes Porcelain of Mrs. Morris Hawkes
Donna Corbin


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