Neoclassical style, c. 1825
Paris; Feuillet, Boyer, Blot and Hébert
This shell-shaped serving dish is part of a large service of dinner china purchased for Hampton by second master Charles Carnan Ridgely (1760-1829). Each piece was embellished with the Ridgely family coat-of-arms and crest by a leading Parisian firm of porcelain decorators Feuillet, Boyer, Blot and Hébert.
Porcelain. H 4, W 13.3, D 47 cm
Hampton National Historic Site, HAMP 1262