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Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885

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Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885
Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885
Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885
Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885
Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885
Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885
Limoges Porcelain Oyster Plate, C. 1885

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
porcelain
Size:
8.5" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
yellow/brown/white
Care:
other; Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

A hand-painted porcelain five-well oyster plate in the wave pattern decorated with yellow flowers with brown stems and leaves, circa 1885. Printed manufacturers' marks for Charles Field Haviland Company and Gerard Dufraisseix Morel (initial mark used from 1881-1890) on reverse. Illustrated in Jeffrey B. Snyder's Collecting Oyster Plates, pp. 40, 78-79.
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About Q Antiques and Design

Kim Ahara is the owner of Q Antiques and Design, a lecturer, and contributing author to the The Jewelry and Metalwork of Marie Zimmermann, published by Yale University Press. Her specialties include European and American metalwork and ceramics. Kim earned an M.A. from the Winterthur Program at the University of Delaware, studied at the Meissen Porcelain Manufactory in Germany and spent the last decade working with objects in museums, auction houses, and a gallery in New York City.