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The room Léon Godart

The room Léon Godart


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Showcase 1

The saltcellars and the tea box with lid (level 3) as well as the openwork plate (level 4) are attributed to the first factory of Joseph Wouters. All the other pieces are signed.

Showcase 2

All the pieces are signed by J.J.F. Van de Wardt or Mathieu Servais.

Showcase 3

The large teapot (level 1) and the vase (level 3) are attributed to the second factory of J. Wouters. The decoration of the soup tureen (level 3) is due to Arnold Bonhivers. The sugar bowl and the dredger (level 4) are attributed to Verdussem and Wouters. All the other pieces are signed from the second factory of J. Wouters or by Verdussem and Wouters.

Showcase 4

The sauceboat with lip decorated with bells (level 2), the sauceboat decorated with intertwined lines and the plate decorated with a garland of ears (level 3) as well as the oval draining rack (level 4) are attributed to Bernard Lammens. All the other pieces are signed.

Showcase 5

The plate with Masonic patterns and the soup tureen (level 4) are attributed to B. Lammens. All the other pieces are signed.

Showcase 6

The basket shaped like a boat (level 3) as well as the oval baskets on the left and in the middle (level 4) are attributed to B. Lammens. Al the other pieces are signed.

Showcase 7

The vase decorated with the mask of a lion (level 1) as well as the milk pots and the writing case (level 2) are signed by B. Lammens. The others are indubitable attributions. 

Showcase 8

The couple of vases is signed B. Lammens.

Showcase 9

The soup tureen (level 2), the chocolate pot with a tray, the small teapot and the sweet box (level 3) as well as the coffeepot and the chocolate pot (level 4) are attributed to Jean-Philippe Becquevort. The plate with the rose (level 3) is signed Jean-François Kreymans. All the other pieces are signed J-Ph. Becquevort.

Showcase 10

The plate decorated with stamped rosettes (level 1) is attributed to Antoine-Joseph Lapierre. The teapot (level 2), the teapot, the sugar bowl, the milk pot and the bowl (level 3) as well as the chocolate pot (level 4) are attributed to J-Ph. Becquevort. All the other pieces are signed by him as well.

Showcase 11

The soup tureen is signed J-Ph. Becquevort.

Showcase 12

The plate decorated with 2 ladies (level 1) is attributed to Antoine Fossion. The shaving mug on the left (level 3) is attributed to Arnold Bonhivers. The shaving mug (level 4) is attributed to Gaspard Dosogne. The pestle (level 4) is attributed to Joseph Nihoul. All the other pieces are signed.

Showcases 13 to 17

The pieces are not signed. The black crockery (showcase 15) is attributed to B. Lammens.

Showcase 18

The models of the pieces are attributed to the Richardot.

Showcase 19

The models of the pieces are attributed to the Richardot except the one of the “kiss” (level 4) which is attributed to Paul-Louis Cyfflé.

Showcase 20

The models of the pieces are attributed to the Richardot except those of the busts of Voltaire (level 1). The one in earthenware biscuit is signed P-L. Cyfflé and realized in the earthenware factory of Toul. The other one is not attributed.

The making of the statue of Napoleon Bonaparte is attributed to the 2nd factory of J. Wouters.

Showcase 21

The models of the pieces are attributed to the Richardot except those of the “young lady with a dove” and the “young lady with a greyhound” (level 3) signed Carrier-Belleuse (Albert Ernst C. de B., 1824-1887)

The making of the watch holder (level 3) is attributed to the manufactory Van de Wardt and Co.

Showcase 22

The couple of oil lamps (level 1) are attributed to Camille Renard-Steinbach. The small cups (levels 1+2) are signed C. Renard-Steinbach. The pint (level 2) the fruit bowls, the saltcellars and the chemist’s jar (level 3) are not signed.

Showcase 23

The female statuette on the right carries the mark of C. Renard-Steinbach associated to a stamp that has not yet been identified (Léonard Jourde?)

The female statuette with a vase on her shoulder (level 1) and the sitting greyhound (level 3) are attributed to C. Renard-Steinbach. The child with the bird and the goat (level 4) are not signed. Al the other pieces are signed.

Showcase 24

The couple of brocali vases (level 2) are attributed to Winand. The biscuit vase (level 2) and the vase with a landscape (level 3) are not signed.

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