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group of Continental porcelain


PERIOD: Art Nouveau

An assembled group of Continental porcelain second half 19th/20th century Comprising seven French armorial soup plates each centering an armorial crest, reserved within gilt and green enamel line border, diameter 9 1/2in; Raynaud & Cie Limoges partial service each decorated in the Asian style with flowering vines and butterflies, including six plates, diameter 8 3/4in and six cups and saucers; six Raynaud & Cie Limoges plates with relief molded floral rim, diameter 8 3/4in; two monogrammed plates, red printed mark Grand Depot de Porcelains a Faience, 21 Rue Drout, Paris, Succur Sale, 33 Rue St. Ferreol, Marseille, diameter 12 1/4in; Vista Allegre rectangular inkstand with lion masks, highlighted with gilt, length 6 1/2in, together with pewter mounted faience polychrome cylindrical tankard, the cover painted with a boy, the sides with flowers, marked Minden, height 4in.

PRIX: $400