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6 Antique Ironstone Transferware Plates

6 Antique Ironstone Transferware Plates

Regular price ¥38,000 JPY
Regular price Sale price ¥38,000 JPY
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A set of SIX, Antique, French, Ironstone (Terre de Fer) Transferware Plates.
A unique, one-off curated collection of plates from the late 1800s.
All are in genuine antique condition. They have everything required for that authentic, antique "look". They have microscopic edge "nibbles/grazes", plenty of crackling and staining, "aged to perfection." Authentic, antique shabby chic dining at it's best!

All of these plates have makers marks on the underside.
The large round platter measures 32cms/ 12½" diameter. It is marked "Passiflore, K.G. Lunéville."
There is a large, deep bowl measuring 26cms/ 10¼" diameter x 5cms/ 2" deep. The pattern is "Margot" by "Ste. Amandinoise, Terre de Fer."
There is a shallow bowl, measuring 23cms/ 9" diameter x 3cms/ 1¼" deep. The pattern is "Maire-Louise" by "Moulin des Loups & Hamages Nord."
A dinner plate measuring 23.5cms/ 9¼" diameter. It is marked "Royat, U&C" by "Sarreguemines."
A medium dinner plate measuring 22.5cms/ 9" diameter, the pattern is "Henry II" by "Salins, Terre de Fer".
A bowl measuring 21cms/ 8¼" diameter x 5cms/2" deep. It is marked "St. Amand, Made in France, 4017"

There are no chips. Consistent with their age and use, they have surface scratches and marks, but nothing whatsoever to detract from their beauty or functionality. Please take a good look at the photos (and feel free to ask for more close-ups) to view the staining and crackle in more detail.

Perfect for displays or to use for special occasions, these are great collectible plates with real age, history and high impact, they need to be handled with respect for their age and condition.

We offer FREE worldwide shipping.

Your purchase will be carefully packaged and shipped from France.
It will be fully tracked.
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