French, late 19th century. Seventeen Old Paris porcelain serving dishes, including four lidded casseroles, two low bowls, a gravy boat on stand, two octagonal footed dishes, one dish on stand, two covered jars on paw feet, one large shell form, two small shell form, one octagonal covered dish on attached stand (and additional lid), one circular lidded dish on attached stand, and one single lid, each with a hand-painted scrolled gilt and peach border and gilt edge, with six floral bouquets in blue, purple, red, pink, yellow, and green. Most with maker's marks. Approximate height (of lidded casserole) 6", diameter (including handles) 10.5". Provenance: From the Estate of Mr. John Griswold Livingston and Mrs. Clara Dudley Livingston, Lexington, Kentucky and Long Island, New York.
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