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This is the lavier of the Clairefontaine kiln. Around 1900.
It is a rare lavier bordered with a matcha brown geometric pattern. Thick, chubby & chunky to the touch. It is a simple dish with a tremendous presence. It's a geometric pattern, but to me it looks like a design of a chandelier and its light.
A plate from Léon Grave (LG) from Clairefontaine kiln. The anchor mark is a landmark.
This is a lavier with a width of 23,5 centimeters. In France, lavier used to be an appetizer dish, but now it is used freely. The Aperitif Dinatoire's style of eating with tapas-like snacks is popular, so the popularity of Lavier has been revived for several years.
There are small chips and peeling glaze on the edges, but there are almost no cutlery scratches, and there is no noticeable damage such as chips or cracks, and the luster remains firm. It is in good condition for an antique piece that is more than 100 years old, but it is not new. There are penetrations, fine scratches, light stains, and bleeds of the pattern. Please purchase after understanding antiques.
This is the price of one piece of lavier. There is a stamp on the back