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A plate with a gentle image of bright green on ivory porcelain. It looks a lot like the geranium series, but it's no wonder, both were made around 1900 during the same U&Cie era. Maybe the person who designed it is the same. The color tone and the atmosphere of the design are very similar. The bright green brings a refreshing breeze to the dining table.
Palmyra is an ancient city in Syria that flourished through east-west trade. For the French, it is a name that carries exotic and ancient dreams.
This is a deep plate with a diameter of 23 cm. A deep plate is a very convenient dish that can be used not only for soups, but also for juicy dishes. The dishes you usually eat in the bowl will look fashionable just by changing them to a plate like this, so I recommend that you change your eyes even though the dishes are the same!
There are no chips or cracks. There are penetrations throughout and some stains, but it is not a day. Scratches can be seen on the back side. You can see both photos in the photo. It is in good condition as an antique, but it is more than 100 years old, so there are stains and scratches. Please purchase after understanding antiques.
This is the price of one plate. There is a stamp on the back.