PLATES AND PLATTERS

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PAUL FOUILLEN SHALLOW CALOTTES

9-1/4"- 9-1/2" diameters, plates of very heavy quality. These have always been considered among the most desirable of all his decors: the rich colors, the strong graphics, the tantalizing drama of the fisherman and his ladies. It is not surprising that they have been featured in all the important literature about this important artist. In perfect original condition from the de la Hubaudière factory, mid 1920s.

$225 each, plus shipping.

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SCALLOPED PLATE

Rouen-inspired decor from Malicorne.

9-3/4" diameter, ca. 1900, s: PBx.

$125, plus shipping.

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COSTUME PLATE

9-3/8" diameter. From the famous costume series, done with careful detail, both his and hers.The border features the heather and gorse of Brittany, interspersed with its blazon. S: HenRiot Quimper and pierced on the cuffed back, for hanging. Ca. 1930, in perfect condition. 

$125, plus shipping.

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SHELL PLATE

9-1/2" diameter, gently scalloped. Exquisitely painted sea shells that take their inspiration from old Rouen patterns. From the de la Hubaudière factory, ca. 1880. In perfect original condition, this deserves a special display spot!  

$295, plus shipping.

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Angelot Plate

9-3/4" diameter, a slightly upturned rim. Charming classical cherub balanced on a basket of flowers, framed in a rich Rouen-inspired border. Ca. 1910, in perfect original condition. Very finely painted, the proud artist gave it an unusual HR stylized signature.

$195, plus shipping.

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