Josiah B Hudson was born in Green Field, Ohio on August 1, 1850. He moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1886 and opened a jewelry store. In 1905 J B Hudson incorporated under the name J B Hudson & So. He added luxury home items to his jewelry business. In 1929 J B Hudson was purchased by the Dayton Company. After that time J B Hudson changed owners a few more times and went through some name changes until 2007 when the Pohlad family and Jeanie Joas purchased the business. In 2008 J B Hudson relocated to the corner of 9th and the Nicolet Mall in Minneapolis.

These exquisite plates have a gold raised pattern. The rim has a geometric design with an inner gold trim enhanced with gorgeous floral swags. The set includes 8 - 10 1/2" plates. The Limoges France mark is a factory mark. The mark 6 is displayed in the "Antique Limoges at Home" by Debby Dubay. The mark was first used in 1891. The plates are dated from 1905 until 1928. The back of the plate displays J B Hudson & Son Minneapolis.

The set is in good condition with these small exceptions. A small gold flaw or paint on rim about 3/4". I did not see a chip so it may be a factory flaw and on another plate a rim chip (the size of a pin head). See last photo. The plates weigh 10 pounds 14 ounces.

ITEM ID
1292
TYPE
Porcelain, Limoges
ORIGIN
France • French
PURPOSE
Dinnerware, Plates
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Set of 8 Plates, Limoges, France J B Hudson & Sons, 1905 until 1928

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