IMPERIAL LIMOGES Hand Painted Plate, Signed, MINT, Rare

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 06,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is an absolutely beautiful hanging plate from Limoges, France. It is marked IMPERIAL LIMOGES FRANCE in red, and LIMOGES FRANCE in green with a red Crown. It is hand painted and artist signed on the lower left "Valentin". The image is a duck couple with a dramatic sunset sky. It has a decorative edge which is painted in a gorgeous gold which shows no signs of wear. The plate is approx. 12 1/2' across and is factory fitted with a wire for hanging. It is in mint condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. A truly beautiful plate which is decorative.

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I will be listing a large part of my collection over the next several months, nearly 100 paintings. As well as CA pottery (Bauer, Catalina, etc.), some Mission furniture and Arts & Crafts light fixtures. So check back often. Thanks for looking.

Thanks to a fellow ebayer I have done more research on this plate. The mark is that of "Levy and Co.", and was used from the 1800's until WW1. T is a hand painted plate in my Limoges reference book which is valued at $500-600, my reserve is much less. My recollection is that the mark contain the country of origin as of 1891. That would mean this piece would date from 1891 to WW1. T is also an artist listed in the book: "Valentine" who's signature looks the same, but this plate definitely does not have an "e" at the end.

I hope this helps. And thanks to the ebayer who made me not be so lazy.

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