French Saxon China Marigold Pattern Ci 1940 Platter
French Saxon China , pattern of Marigold. Made in the USA ci 1940 Large round platter with handles, measures 12 3/4 inches handle to handle. Condition is Very Good no chips, cracks or crazing. has a few use scratches. Beautiful rare pattern.
Cream high and the bowl is 3 2/8 in diameter. Each piece is decorated with two beautiful pink roses, one on each side. In addition, they are heavily trimmed in gold. The set is in excellent condition with the Collingwoods Made in England mark.
This is for 7.5 x 1 3/8 in. deep soup bowls stamped Le Roi - 18K Gold and F.C. There is no pattern name shown but they are an off white with 18K gold trim that is 1/2 in. wide and has daisies?(flowers at least) embossed in the gold. They are beautiful and I have been told that Le Roi is over 100 yrs. old. These items are evidently very rare as Replacements has nothing listed from this maker. I can find no cracks, chips, or other defects. The gold trim on these bowls is near mint but a couple have some wear on the design so it is not as sharp as the rest. They also have a number stamped of B __ 30. The middle blank is either a 6 or 7. AND PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THESE ITEMS ARE OLD SO THEY ARE NOT PERFECT NO MATTER WHAT YOUR DIFINITION OF THE DESCRIPTION IS. Circa: 1900-1920 Origin: France
La Francaise luncheon plate, decorated with blue trim on the scalloped lightly embossed border and center decal of a Dutch windmill scene in center. Plate has a nick on the rim and a few small stains, but is otherwise a nice older display piece in Delft colors.
This is a cup and saucer set made by French Saxon. The china is an off white color with a 22K gold 5 petal flower design. This cup has staining on the bottom from the glaze being worn away. This does not detract from the beauty of the cup. Neither piece has any chips or cracks.