Antique French cafè au lait bowl earthenware transfer decor in pink with birds, flowers & butterfly, French cafè au lait bowls

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Antique French cafè au lait bowl earthenware transfer decor in pink with birds, flowers & butterfly, French cafè au lait bowls.

MEASURES:
Diameter is 5 3/4″ (14.7 cm) wide, 3 1/2″ (8.8 cm) tall.

DESCRIPTION:
Very rare and lovely antique French cafè au lait bowl, earthenware with pink transfer decoration, Terre de Fer, featuring birds, blossoming branches and small butterflies. The base is milk white color, transfer decoration is in tones of red and pink.
This antique cafè au lait bowl is not signed, dating to early 1900’s.

HOW TO USE IT:
A wonderful addition to your collection of antique French cafè au lait bowls, this charming antique bowl would surely be an outstanding piece and would enhance your collection! I love the antique French bowls, they have so many different patterns and age give them so amazing tea stained effects! I am never tired to search them, I enjoy so much to play with them and mix the different patterns matching their colors….

CONDITIONS:
This antique bowl has a great antique patina, there is an old rupture on the interior side of the edge and a granular incrustation of yellowish material on the exterior edge, visible in my photos. Interior of the bowl is slightly stained and shows signs of use and age. This lovely antique bowl has all the charme of antique earthenware!
The product has imperfections or a patina due to its age, as can be seen in the photos. Please take a close look at the pictures before making your purchase!

If you need more photos or have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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