May 19, 2011

Coronet Limoges France Flower & Gold Trim Plate

This is beautifully decorated Coronet Limoges from France,
Hand painted flowers with elaborated gold trim on a scalloped edge.

This plate is highly collectible.
In excellent condition, no chips, no cracks.
Coronet markings underglazed.
Dimension: 9" x 9"
Circa 1905~1914.

Price: $160.00.

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Brief History of Limoges of France related to this posting:

"Limoges" porcelain ware is a generic term, because various factories and different studio artists manufactured and decorated a wide range of these wares during the 19th and 20th centuries. The first porcelain factory was established in Limoges, France, around 1771, a few years after the discovery of kaolin, or white clay, in nearby Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche. The expansion in factory production from five factories and seven kilns in 1808, to 35 factories and 120 kilns by 1900, reflected the increasing demand for Limoges porcelain ware.
  1. "Coronet"

    • "Coronet" Limoges generally refers to the maker's mark that appeared on the back of selected Limoges porcelain items. This particular mark is linked to Limoges porcelain ware manufactured in Europe and decorated in studios in Limoges, Paris and Germany before being exported overseas. As its name suggests, the mark is a crown with the brand name "Coronet," usually in green or blue colors.

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