Coronet Limoges is linked to porcelain ware manufactured in Europe and decorated in studios in Limoges, Paris and Germany before exportation overseas. George Borgfeldt was a New York importer of porcelain with decorating studios in Paris and Germany.
This gorgeous charge game plate was factory decorated using a technique called 'Mixtion', a process combining transfer designs along with hand painting. Circa 1910 it features a mallard drake taking flight from a small lake or pond. The muted background shades of soft rose, brown and tan draws your undivided attention to the mallard drake in stunning shades of blue, red, brown, tan, orange and white. The lovely rococo border is gold encrusted and the back of the plate is drilled for hanging. The charger plate measures 10 1/4" across and is stamped in blue with the Borgfeldt "Coronet" stamp, circa 1906-1920. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; near mint and fantastic.
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