Large Limoges bowl or dish with marks from both Flambeau and Laviolette, made in the 1890's. It is decorated inside and out with sprays of roses with sponged gold handles. Since it's decorated on the outside, it's versatile enough to be used as a centerpiece bowl or to hold fruit, or on the table to serve vegetables.
The bowl is 10-7/8 inches long, 9-1/4 inches wide and about 3 inches deep.
There's a small glaze pop on the rim and minor paint loss. No chips or cracks.