|Part of a Dinner Service by Milliet LeBeuf et Cie, c. 1866|
The Victoria & Albert Museum
This plate of earthenware depicts a lobster, flowers and an insect on a white ground. It was made in Creil, France between 1866-1867 as part of a superb and impressive dinner service known as “The Rousseau Dinner Service.”
The set was shown in the Universal Exhibition of Paris, 1867.