Porcelain cabaret set with rose ground, painted in colours and gilt, Sèvres, 1775, painted by Jean Bouchet.
Tea drinking in France existed at an aristocratic alternative to the usual coffee and chocolate. So-called cabaret sets consisted of complete services on a tray for just one or two people. The Sèvres factory gave them the most luxurious treatment. This service was orginally owned by Christian IV, duc des Deux-Ponts.
Would like for my own collection please.
Mister Tea Infuser