Antique French Fish Platter w/Dome, 2Pc
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Antique French Fish Platter w/Dome, 2Pc

$425.00
Est. Arrival: Sep 28 - Oct 08
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Antique French white porcelain fish platter with silver-plate dome. Dome is heavy, restaurant quality. Dome has been left with as found patina, per current trends. It could be polished to a beautiful luster if desired. Dimensions: platter, 15"L x 10.5"W x 1.75"H; dome, 19.75"L x 12.25"W x 3.25"H. Maker's mark on underside of platter.
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Care: hand-wash
Color: silver/white
Condition: Very Good; minor scratches, oxidation
Dimensions: 19.75" L x 12.25" W x 3.25" H
Era: Antique
Made Of: silver-plate/porcelain
SKU: 77607592
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Sep 28 - Oct 08
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
In 18th- and 19th-century New England, the local mercantile was the source for not only everyday household items but also exotic imports from Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Having fallen in love with simple, classic New England style while traveling the North Atlantic coast, the antiques experts behind New England Mercantile have made it their goal to provide a wide range of antique Americana as well as Old World textiles and accessories one might have found in a venerable New England home.
About the Seller
In 18th- and 19th-century New England, the local mercantile was the source for not only everyday household items but also exotic imports from Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Having fallen in love with simple, classic New England style while traveling the North Atlantic coast, the antiques experts behind New England Mercantile have made it their goal to provide a wide range of antique Americana as well as Old World textiles and accessories one might have found in a venerable New England home.