Set of five shell or fan shaped French
porcelain oyster plates, circa 1890-1910. Five wells with oyster eyes fan out from a round condiment well glazed in pink. Two clam shaped wells sit above long, mottled, tapered crossed shells forming ...
Set of four French Limoges dinner plates in
traditional creamy white porcelain with gold encrusted rims featuring a band with a leaf pattern. All are marked Limoges France, Georges Boyer, and two also have a store mark for Le Grand ...
Crafted of extremely durable and chip resistant stoneware
and hand-painted by artisans in Nabeul, Tunisia, these blue-and-white side plates feature a floral pattern that will add classic appeal to any kitchen.