Sèvres potpourri vase owned by Madame de Pompadour, 1764
This beautiful bouquet of flowers is actually made of porcelain courtesy to the combined efforts of Sèvres expertise and Madame de Pompadour's imagination. The royal mistress filled her apartment with fragrant flowers and once Sèvres managed to created life-like porcelain flowers they were filled with perfume.
Chair made for Madame de Pompadour's private estate of Bellevue where it was most likely a part of a larger collection.
Amazing mechanical table created for Madame de Pompadour. The table was made between 1761-63 and is the work of Roger Vandercruse
Another piece of Sèvres porcelain in the favourite's collection; this particular vase is one example of the boat design that became very popular after Madame de Pompadour became known to have liked it