Antique French ironstone dish for appetizers, airbrushed and stenciled decor with cherries, K.G. Luneville? antique French platter.
Very lovely antique French majolica dish – platter with 3 compartments and handle, probably used for appetizers, dating to the early 1900’s.
This beautiful platter has a colorful airbrushed decoration, slightly raised, featuring red cherries and green foliage on a cream background.
The platter is not signed, I think it could be a production of K G Luneville or Saint Clement.
HOW TO USE IT
Very lovely antique French majolica platter – dish to add to a collection or to use for your table decor, especially if you love antique earthenware with cherries decorations!
Good conditions, there are no hairlines and no ruptures, the platter has a lovely antique patina with tea staining and craquelure effect.
Max width circa 10 3/4″ (27.3 cm), 2″ (5.1 cm) tall.