Dessert plates Boch Frères model Canton (or the Sage under the veranda). Polychrome Asian inspired décor. These plates were produced by the BOCH earthenware factory in La Louvière around 1860, during Napoleon III.
I have 6 plates, they are all in perfect condition. No splinters, no hair, no breaches, nothing.
The price indicated is for 1 plate.
This Canton motif is described in "Le Dictionnaire des motifs de la faïence finelaience imprimée en Belgique", written by Monique Verboomen and Roger Van Schoute, éditions Racine:
"Two women carrying dishes walk towards a house that houses a man seen from behind. Wing decorated with flowers. Blue print under cover, highlights of colors (red, yellow and green). Red-brown net on the edge of the pieces. The whole is often covered with a glossy varnish. There are dinner or coffee services and toiletries. Some pieces are printed on rock shapes. Fancy brand printed in blue in a frame of rinses and flowers: CANTON / B.F. ... Second half of the nineteenth century (circa 1860-1865)... "
Diameter: 18 cm - 7.08 in
Weight: 257 grams - 9.06 oz
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- Packaging: adapted protection and careful packaging. Double packaging for fragile objects.
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