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This is a gorgeous assortment of French ironstone plates, with transferware, all dating from the mid 1800s- early 1900s from well known manufacturers around France. Pick what you like to make a charming mismatched set for your table or to hang on a wall!

The plates include:

1. Rare plates flat Longwy faience, dated March 1892. They have a design in the center of scrolls and leaves which continue on the plate edges in blue transfer, the typical blue of the end of the century. Stunning.

22 cm diameter.

2. Sweet plates of classic transferware pattern in a striking teal flower garland on white. These plates were manufactured by St. Amand and the pattern is Argenton. Made in 1930. These plates are in great condition, some blurring of the transferware, typical with age. NO chips or cracks.

22 cm diameter, with a dip, so it can hold liquid.

3. These are Paquerette from Luneville in Northern France. A gorgeous mid-blue transfer ware pattern of flowers around the lip of the slightly raised plate while a set of three transfer ware patterns are placed in the middle of the plate.

22 cm diameter.

4. A Longwy plate, Bengale pattern, Terre de Fer stamping on the back, this is a very different pattern of white background and a light blue pattern of leaves very ornately decorated.

23.5 cm.

5. Porcelaine opaque de Gien - Gien is Atelier's favourite manufacturer of plates and tableware, since the early 1800s until the present, Gien makes plates to last a lifetime! This is a Terre de Fer stamped plate, capucines pattern, a creamy white background with varying shades of mid-blue handpainted design. Gorgeous!

23 cm.

6. A half plate, half bowl, plate (raised lip) from Moulin des Coups in Northern France in the Marie-Louise pattern. A darker blue transfer ware pattern on a creamy background.

23.5 cm.

7. A plate by Moulin des Coups in Northern France in the Marie-Louise pattern, a white to creamy white background and mid0blue transfer ware pattern.

23.5 cm.

Sourced in the Loire, France.

Made in France.

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Assorted French Antique Plates

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This is a gorgeous assortment of French ironstone plates, with transferware, all dating from the mid 1800s- early 1900s from well known manufacturers around France. Pick what you like to make a charming mismatched set for your table or to hang on a wall!

The plates include:

1. Rare plates flat Longwy faience, dated March 1892. They have a design in the center of scrolls and leaves which continue on the plate edges in blue transfer, the typical blue of the end of the century. Stunning.

22 cm diameter.

2. Sweet plates of classic transferware pattern in a striking teal flower garland on white. These plates were manufactured by St. Amand and the pattern is Argenton. Made in 1930. These plates are in great condition, some blurring of the transferware, typical with age. NO chips or cracks.

22 cm diameter, with a dip, so it can hold liquid.

3. These are Paquerette from Luneville in Northern France. A gorgeous mid-blue transfer ware pattern of flowers around the lip of the slightly raised plate while a set of three transfer ware patterns are placed in the middle of the plate.

22 cm diameter.

4. A Longwy plate, Bengale pattern, Terre de Fer stamping on the back, this is a very different pattern of white background and a light blue pattern of leaves very ornately decorated.

23.5 cm.

5. Porcelaine opaque de Gien - Gien is Atelier's favourite manufacturer of plates and tableware, since the early 1800s until the present, Gien makes plates to last a lifetime! This is a Terre de Fer stamped plate, capucines pattern, a creamy white background with varying shades of mid-blue handpainted design. Gorgeous!

23 cm.

6. A half plate, half bowl, plate (raised lip) from Moulin des Coups in Northern France in the Marie-Louise pattern. A darker blue transfer ware pattern on a creamy background.

23.5 cm.

7. A plate by Moulin des Coups in Northern France in the Marie-Louise pattern, a white to creamy white background and mid0blue transfer ware pattern.

23.5 cm.

Sourced in the Loire, France.

Made in France.