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A plate made in the village of Badonville, Lorraine. It is a village near Lunéville. The contrast between the pale blue and red rose pattern is wonderful. This color combination is very popular in France.
It is a cruise dish with a diameter of 23 cm. It is a size that can be widely used not only for soups, but also for pasta, Japanese food, cakes, etc.
It is in very good condition with no noteworthy damage, but there are fine scratches and stains due to aging, print threads, and adhesions during production. In addition, there are subtle individual differences in color tone and weight. Please purchase after understanding antiques
This is the price of one plate. There is a stamp on the back.
The exact date is unknown, but it is thought to be around 1920-30.
BADONVILLE'S ROSE-PATTERNED CRUISE DISHA beautiful rose-patterned plate from Badonville, one of France's leading kilns.
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