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Vintage

Pirkenhammer China Plates, Set of 50

Broomfields Gallery

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Pirkenhammer China Plates, Set of 50
Pirkenhammer China Plates, Set of 50
Pirkenhammer China Plates, Set of 50
Pirkenhammer China Plates, Set of 50
Pirkenhammer China Plates, Set of 50

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; slight loss of gilt on a few rims
Materials:
porcelain
Size:
10" W x 0.75" H
Color/Finish:
white/multi
Care:
hand-wash

Why We Love This

Set of 50 plates by Pirkenhammer in the Louise pattern with colorful floral designs. Made circa 1935 in former Czechoslovakia. Includes nine dinner plates (10"Dia), nine luncheon (8.75"Dia), eight salad/dessert (7.75"Dia), nine cereal bowls (6.25"Dia x 1.25"H), six soup (7.75"Dia x 1.5"H) and nine bread plates (6.5"Dia x .5"H). Some can serve as underplates for cereal and soup bowls. The floral designs vary from piece to piece.
As described by Broomfields Gallery

About Broomfields Gallery

Julia and Bill Bishop have been collecting art and antiques for more than 50 years. In the '90s they showed at the semi-annual Round Top Antiques Show in Texas. Stock includes quality antique and vintage porcelain bird and fish plates, crockery, glassware, flower frogs, wall pockets, chalk-ware, old tools, farm items, 19th-century American furniture, mirrors, trays, and tins. Julia is an interior designer with more than 40 year's experience with her own company and is a member of IIDA.