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This is a plate from the Clairefontaine kiln TERRE DE FER. Garland of roses is a delicate image of Antoinette. End of the 19th century.
Dessert plate "Antoinette" bordered with a garland of roses. The muted tones of green also give it the ultimate French elegance.
A plate from Léon Grave (LG) from the Clairefontaine kiln near Paris. The anchor mark is a landmark. Since it was not mass-produced, this Antoinette series is also rare.
"Terre de fer" = Pottery with a lot of kaolin and feldspar added (semi-ceramic semi-porcelain) is called Terre de fer Terre de fer . It was mass-produced in the second half of the 19th century. It was made to be whiter and more robust. This plate also has "Terre de fer" written on the back. Although it is small, it has a solid weight.
Here is a plate with a diameter of 21,5 cm. Perfect for sweets and breakfast. I want to put cute sweets on top of Antoinette's image. It's a little deeper, so cakes and sweets with sauce are fine. It is also good for plates.
There is almost no feeling of use, and the luster remains firmly. It is in good condition for an antique piece that is more than 100 years old, but it is not new. There are small chips, cutlery scratches, stains, fine scratches and stains, ink threads, and deposits during production. Please purchase after understanding antiques. We will serve them in order of best condition.
This is the price of one plate. There is a stamp on the back
A beautiful antique plate made in 1896. Terre...