19th-C. Transferware Plates, S/3
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Chez Vous

19th-C. Transferware Plates, S/3

$239.00
Est. Arrival: Nov 05 - Nov 17
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Set of three antique plates in red, purple, and brown. Brown plate from the Ham & Antique Fair near Paris, red fleur-de-lis plate from Brussels, lavender humor plate from Provence. Marks of Cris de Paris series, Jules Viellard of Bourdeaux, 19th century; Halle aux Poissons, Boch Freres, 19th century; Les Mal Nommes, Gien, 1878. Condition: red plate, excellent; brown plate, two chips on the underside; lavender plate, image wear and minor underside chip.
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Color: brown/red/mulberry/white
Condition: Very Good; age wear
Dimensions: 7.75" W x 1" H
Era: Antique: 19th century
Made In: France/Belgium
Made Of: porcelain
SKU: 77523433
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Nov 05 - Nov 17
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Captivated by decorative flourishes discovered while wheeling their toddlers’ strollers through European villages, architect Karen Dunning and husband Lee founded Chez Vous in 1996 to bring a bit of that aesthetic to American homes. Handpicked offerings range from fun and funky to lovely and semi-precious. Chez Vous definitely doesn’t take itself too seriously. This down-to-earth approach to hunting and gathering decorative treasures results in incredible finds at incredible prices.
About the Seller
Captivated by decorative flourishes discovered while wheeling their toddlers’ strollers through European villages, architect Karen Dunning and husband Lee founded Chez Vous in 1996 to bring a bit of that aesthetic to American homes. Handpicked offerings range from fun and funky to lovely and semi-precious. Chez Vous definitely doesn’t take itself too seriously. This down-to-earth approach to hunting and gathering decorative treasures results in incredible finds at incredible prices.