Very nice set of 6 oyster plates with a hand painted golden border. Made in Belgium Ca. 1940/50.
All plates are in mint condition, no cracks our chips missing.
HISTORY: Porcelaine de Baudour "Cerabel".
The history of ' The Fuisseaux Baudour ' begins in the town of Baudour, located in the province of Hainaut, Belgium, when founded in 1834 notary Caremelle a factory to make refractory products.
Three years later another factory, where tiles, pottery and packaging material for sugar and pottery produced was going to be. In 1842 he broke down these companies because of the use of two different ovens--one for pottery and one for porcelain--and sold them.
The porcelain factory was sold to François Declercq, who immediately went and many dining and coffee/tea sets, vases, these can be bought, etc. designed with the characteristic jagged edges in his design.
In 1845 he starts a cooperation with the lawyer Nicolas De Fuisseaux. With the capital that these IP's, they bought the grounds on at the factory, which contains useful raw materials.
Fernand brought the huge factory to fruition and received numerous awards. The production was extended with dolls heads.
In 1911, a year before his death, Fernand left the factory for health reasons, after which his son Charles Creyson took over the factory.
In 1927 The Fuisseaux merged with the Société Anonyme des Pavillons. Tableware were more sober of form and decoration, but gilding was still applied. Also the orders from hotels and restaurants to create dishes with monograms and emblems were still adopted. In 1934 took the Société Céramique Belge, ' Cerabel ', the factory.
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