Fabulous Limoges Art Nouveau biscuit jar, hand painted with gorgeous magenta and pink flowering dogwood with raised white enamel accents and gold enameled flowers and palm leaves. Gold scalloped rim and base, lid with gold curving finial and raised gold beads molded along it. This piece is in excellent condition with no damage, losses, or wear to the gold, it is pristine and was very well taken care of. It stands 7" tall x 6" and bears a rare Limoges mark, an unidentified decorating studio pictured in Mary Frank Gaston's book, The Collector's Encyclopedia of Limoges (Third Edition) and identified as Symbol Mark 1, overglaze decorating mark in red, Limoges, France, used from the late 1800's to the early 1900's. This mark incorporates a symbol instead of initials. An exquisite French biscuit jar, circa 1890.
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Limoges Pink and White Dogwood Gold Enameled Biscuit Jar Rare Mark