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Antique Limoges T&V France Hand Painted Porcelain Charger PINK Yellow and White Victorian TEA ROSES Breathtaking Tressemann and Vogt 1892 – 1907 Artist Signed
This is an Original "one-of-a-kind" Antique Hand Painted Limoges "roses" museum quality stunning FABULOUS LARGE SIZE 12" Limoges Plaque, Charger or Tray, with a stunning and unique border. The charger depicts elegant french tea roses ~ victorian masterpiece painting ~. A magnificent addition to your Limoges Porcelain Collection. Perfect for a Punch Bowl, Jardinière, Tea set, or hung on a wall.
This Painting upon French porcelain depicts fully blossomed "FRENCH Pink, YELLOW & White CHIFFON ROMANTIC TEA ROSES" in a spectacular garden bouquet. This piece of china is painted in the naturalistic floral art style which was so admired and cherished by the Victorians.
The border of this charger is unusual and a stunning one-of-a-kind touch. There are (10) "banners" of tea roses on a dark, rich green background. Hand painted by an expert late 19th Century Victorian Period porcelain artist and is also signed by the artist's initials "MER".
Bears the T&V LIMOGES FRANCE pottery underglaze hallmark in green, used by Tressemann & Vogt, ca 1892 – 1907 and is Signed by the Artists Initials "MER".
In Excellent condition. There are No Chips, Cracks, Hairlines, Crazing, Fading, Wear or Repairs.
A Magnificent Porcelain Art Heirloom Treasure Both collectors and decorators will find this beauty very desirable and an excellent investment.
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