RARE Unusual Shaped Bronssillon Hand Painted Tray w/Roses

This is truly a Gorgeous RARE Hand Painted Unusual Shaped Serving Tray W/ Roses signed by the famous artist ALFRED T. BRONSSILLON. This artist is listed and prominently featured in all current reference books regarding collecting antique hand painted Limoges porcelain. This artist is very well known for his bold and deeply colorful ROSE PAINTINGS upon Limoges porcelain. This prominent European artist used a wonderful color palette of rich vibrant tones including orange and deep burgundy reds, with absolutely luscious LARGE TEA ROSES hand painted in STRIKING SHADES OF VIBRANT PINK ~ LINEN WHITE ~ SHERBERT ORANGE and GORGEOUS BURGUNDY ~ nestled in fabulous rich deep rustic red and green foliage ~ set against a strong and dark to light orange background, highlighted with shades of yellows, sherbet orange, and a burgundy wine.

The lavish scalloped French Rococo framed border of this classic Limoges art heirloom is elegantly highlighted with heavy Roman Gold. Please excuse the lighting that has caused small white flash spots and a blue mark to appear in the photos. This piece is in wonderful condition with only minor gold loss - no cracks, chips or repairs. Marked underneath with the George Borgfeldt Coronetmark in green. Please note I have matching pieces in other listings - all matching and all signed by the same artist. These are from my personal collection that took me 25 years to find all of the matching pieces. RARE FIND!!

Item ID: C1703

$1,295 USD

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