Note this beautiful series of twelve dessert plates in Paris porcelain decorated with flowers and insects. It is characteristic of the excellence of the craftsmen of the French decorative arts of the middle of the 19th century. Each plate is festooned with a gold fillet. A discreet black net that enhances its contour. These twelve Parisian porcelain plates are of high quality white. The decoration is constituted on each of them by a fine composition of wild flowers with each time a different insect such as a butterfly, a bee, a dragonfly… The flowers are different on each plate. The colours are luminous.
Good general condition with no cracks or scratches.
Indeed, the technical mastery of the porcelain craftsmen makes it possible to obtain a white of great quality. It will highlight the fineness of the decoration of these twelve dessert plates in porcelain of Paris, flowers and insects, hand painted by the decorators. The finesse and precision give all their interest to this series of twelve porcelain dessert plates of Paris porcelain with flowers and insects decoration. The back of the plate is enhanced by a circle half a centimetre thick. It has the double advantage of drying the cutlery more quickly during manufacture and increasing its stability on the table. They will be the perfect showcase to highlight the refined desserts that will be presented on it.
Moreover, the reputation of the decorations goes far beyond the European borders and their beauty seduces many foreign buyers. Thus, the USA and Asia are fond of this refinement “à la française”. This beautiful series of twelve Parisian porcelain plates decorated with flowers and insects will set you apart from contemporary tableware, by integrating the refinement of 19th century craftsmen into your dinners. You will be the link that allows you to join in the same convivial place the best of two centuries. Each of these plates is unique by its original decoration.
Moreover, the perfect dimension, neither too big nor too small will make your desserts even more appetizing by the play of proportions.
Pierre Carron for P&P Art Leaders.