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A cute plate from Creil et Montreau. It is studded with orange and mauve flowers and decorated with embossed and gold. When the light shines, it looks like golden lace. Since the plate is more than 100 years old, the gold color has faded, but that is the charm. The embossing is also different from the new one, and the unevenness is rustic. This is the last one in good condition (unless you meet again), so don't miss this opportunity!
This time it is orange, so it is a plate that will cheer up your feelings with the gold border.
"Terre de fer" is pottery (semi-ceramic semi-porcelain) to which a lot of kaolin and feldspar are added. It was first produced in 1770 and mass-produced in the late 19th century. It was made to be whiter and more robust.
Diameter 21 cm. It can be widely used for meals, desserts, etc.
There are only a few cutlery scratches and a good luster. There are minor scratches, ink stains, and deposits during production, but there is no notable damage such as cracks, chips, or chips. It is in very good condition as an antique item, but there are stains and small scratches due to aging. Since it is more than 100 years old, there are fine stains. Please purchase after understanding antiques. There are individual differences in weight. Thank you for your understanding.
The price of two plates. With backstamp.