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SOLD#4016 Blake and Henderson Hand Painted Grape PlatesSOLD

The Blakeman mark has been dated to the early 1900's and is a decorating mark.   The star mark is a factory mark for Coiffe and is dated 1891-1914.   So these beautiful plates were produced between 1900 and 1914.  Each plate is slightly different because of the hand painting, though it is the same pattern.  Heavy gold trim around the scalloped rims.  6 inches diameter.  Excellent condition.  Total of five in stock.  Price is per piece.
Item #4016
$20 each plate

#3922 Limoges Bowl

Unmarked, except for the word France.  Elegant old bowl decorated with Roses and Lilacs that are intermingled with gold rococo flourishes -- all in a combination of transfer designs and hand decoration.  Even the outer walls are decorated with the beautiful florals.  The scalloped rococo gold rim completes the elegant appearance of this old treasure.  A great display bowl for any collector.  Age unknown, but most likely c.1920's or possibly older.  10" diameter x 2 1/4" tall.  Excellent condition.

Item #3922


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#3853 GDA Limoges Hand Painted Bowl

Beautiful hand painted bowl from Gerard, Dufraisseix & Abbot who formed that partnership c.1900 and apparently used this mark c.1900-1941 (Source:  Gaston's Limoges Third Edition, page 152).  Signed Vouga who was most likely an American china painter.  Gorgeous colors, lucious grapesBody of bowl and rim edge are scalloped in design and outlined in gold.  Notice the shell design in the valley of each scallop around the rim edge.  10 1/2" diameter x 2 3/8" tall.  Excellent condition

GDA Limoges Hand Painted Bowl
Item #3853 $195


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#2747 Limoges Vases

Hand Painted and signed Reda, perhaps a factory artist, but we haven't been able to identify this mark or the manufacturer.  Very beautiful and high quality.  Notice the bronze mounts.  4 1/4" tall x 2 3/4" diameter across top.  Excellent condition. 

Item #2747

Price TBA

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#2567 Limoges 1890'sTureen and Tray Hand Painted

The marks date this set to the late 1890's.  The green J.P.L. is a whiteware mark of Jean Pouyat of Limoges, France.  The red mark is a decorating mark of Oscar Gutherz of Austria who worked only a short time in Limoges in the late 1800's (Source:  Collector's Encyclopedia of Limoges Porcelain, Third Edition, by Gaston, pages 238 and 346).  The bowl is 3 1/2" tall.  The opening of the bowl is 11 3/4" x 8".  The bowl is approximately 15" wide at the outer tips of the handles.  Notice that the lid has a ladle opening.  The tray is approximately 19" x 11".  This is a gorgeous and magnificent set and a treasure of a find!!!

Limoges Tureen and Tray, Pouyat and Gutherz

 Perfect condition except for usual slight wear of gold due to age and one small white blemish on the tray (see closeups)

 Notice elaborate gold handles and lid finial, as well as the colorful red berries added to the gold foliate designs.

Item #2567 $325 ORDER NOW

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#2570 Limoges Old Dish

Not marked, but we believe it to be Limoges and believe it to be quite old.  Notice the beautiful scalloped rim and the delicate flowers.  Only traces of gold left on edge of rim which is the best indication of age.  It also has a teeny chip on one corner of rim -- not noticeable except upon close scrutiny -- definitely not noticeable when on display -- notice upper right corner of first picture of front and  lower left corner in picture of back side.  It is priced accordingly.  Measurements are 6 1/2" x 4 1/8".

Item #2570 $20


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SOLD#3867 T & V Limoges PlateSOLD

SOLDTressemann & Vogt of Limoges, France.  c.1892-1907.  The red bell mark is a decorating mark; the green star is a manufacturing mark. (Source:  Collector's Encyclopedia of Limoges Porcelain, Third Edition, by Gaston, page 293) Notice the name of the pattern  is Forget Me Not.  Delicate floral swags, gold trim, and scalloped rim -- a very elegant shell design.  8 5/8" diameter.  Appears perfect, but has a missing point on the gold trim of one of the handles.  See picture below.  Priced accordingly.  A very beautiful collector's plate.SOLD

Top picture at right is inset handle with a missing gold tip.  Second picture is back side of that area.  Bottom picture is the other inset handle with all tips in place.


Item #3867





SOLD#2569 Limoges Serving Bowl and TraySOLD

The red mark says Made in France Expressly for the Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co., Philadelphia, PA.  Probably made by Haviland, c.1920's.  Beautiful pink, white, and gold.  This beautiful set was obviously used on someone's dinner table many long years ago and has survived amazingly well.  A real treasure!!  The tray is 14" diameter at the outer tips of the handles.  The footed bowl is 3 1/2" tall at the sides and 3 3/4" tall at the handles.  It is 11 1/4" across the top opening at the outer tips of the handles.  Notice the elegant foot on the bowl, as well as the graceful scalloped rims on both pieces, all trimmed in gold.  Excellent condition except for wear of gold in all the right places.

Limoges Bailey, Banks, and Biddle Bowl and Tray

Normal wear of gold in center of bowl and tray.

Item #2569



SOLD#2267 Limoges Bowl by Blakeman and HendersonSOLD

The Blakeman mark has been dated to the early 1900's.  This is a gorgeous bowl with its heavy gold decoration and delicate hand painted roses.  Notice the beautiful soft peach/pink on the inner walls.  Excellent condition.  Obviously used for display only.  A real treasure of a find.

Blakeman and Henderson French Limoges Bowl

8 1/2" diameter

Item #2267




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