OUTSTANDING Coronet LIMOGES French Tea Roses ANTIQUE 12 1/4" Charger TRAY~ Listed Artist "Bronssillon"~ Completely Hand Painted Original ~ Breathtaking ROSES ~ Museum Quality Masterpiece Still Life Painting One-of-a-Kind Floral French Painting on Porcelain
Magnificent Porcelain Art Heirloom Treasure ~ Stunning Large LIMOGES FRANCE Painting on Porcelain ~ Absolutely BREATHTAKING Museum Statement Piece ~ An exceptional dramatic rendering of the most beautiful Roses! Signed by the inimitable listed French artist ALFRED BRONSSILLON (also spelled BROUSSILLON in certain Limoges reference books). Both collectors and decorators will find this beauty very desirable and an excellent antique investment.
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Simply Breathtaking! A Spectacular Piece of Artwork to add to your Limoges Porcelain Collection. This is a Monumental "Creme de la Creme" Antique hand painted Limoges Floral Art Charger or Plaque of the very highest quality, circa 1900, completely hand painted with Duval's signature style and glowing exuberance.
ALFRED BRONSSILLON was known for his bold and deeply colorful ROSE PAINTINGS upon Limoges porcelain. This is the very quintessence of classical French Rose paintings upon Limoges china. The prominent European artist used a palette of deep rich colors including emerald greens, and forest green, rich ruby pinks and burgundy reds and chartreuse yellows with the soft glow of rose leaf-filtered sunshine. This is one of the most stunning century old china paintings of Victorian Tea Roses in the FRENCH ROSE ART STYLE. The elegant scalloped GILDED Edge of this century old French porcelain art treasure heirloom has been highlighted with Heavy Roman gold. This LARGE 12 1/4" Diameter Plaque, Charger or Plate is in very good condition with very minor gold loss on the rim. No paint loss, chips, cracks, hairline, fleabites or repairs. This plaque bears the George Borgfeldt (Coronet) mark 1, over glaze decorating mark in green, circa 1906 – 1920. Please excuse any white spots, they are due only to the overhead lighting used.
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