Charger or plaque, signed by the world renowned master Limoges artist, A. Bronssillon (Brousillon) (Broussillon). Proudly displays the George Borgfeldt (Coronet) Factory mark 1, circa 1906. Coronet Limoges were decorated in studios in Paris, France and were then imported by George Borgfeldt to the United States.
Examples by this highly skilled artist can be found in every reference book on Limoges and are featured in Antique Trader Magazine . The Limoges Price Guide, authored by Debby DuBay devotes entire pages exclusively to this artists work on plaques and chargers.
His use of shading, depth, color and his attention to detail has made Broussillon an old world master.
This plaque or charger is large and measures 11 1/2" in diameter.
This stunning piece of painted porcelain is of the very highest quality.
Against a background of muted creams, yellows, oranges and mossy greens, , Broussillon has hand painted a graceful game-bird gliding down from the trees into the grassy meadow below. The light filtering effect, his use of deep, rich colors and the way he created texture has resulted in his artwork being some of the most highly sought after Limoges pieces in the world.
The color palette and his expert ability to create texture, shadows and depth have resulted in a Limoges hand painted charger that is truly a delight to the beholder.
Heavily gilded gold rococo rim is in very good condition with less than expected wear to the high points.
Factory drilled holes for hanging.
Carefully packaged for shipping, which includes tracking and insurance.