This classical set of two 19th century porcelain plates was produced in France by Edme Samson. The plates depict two landscape scenes with birds like kingfisher, ducks, pheasants and more. On the rim are different bugs and butterflies including Ladybugs and even flies and a gilt decoration. All decor is hand painted with fine detail. Similar plates were produced by the German Meissen factory in the 18th century. This Samson piece is a 1820-1840 masterpiece copy of these earlier pieces.
Edme Samson was a famous French porcelain producer of Meissen, Sevres, Vienna, and Chelsea copies. His workmanship and detail were extraordinary, and his pieces have become collectible in their own right.
Each plate measures approximately 9 1/2" diameter and 1 3/4" tall.
Condition: It is in very Condition. Almost no wear to the paint. It is seldom to find a piece of this age in this good condition. PLEASE SEE PICTURES
This is a very impressive, first quality set with fantastic color and decoration.
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