Lot 120040

Dining service, Longwy, France, late 19th century, earthenware with coloured copper overprint decoration, decoration: Henri II, consisting of: 15 dinner plates (d: 26,5 cm); 10 soup plates (d: 26,5, one with a glued chip); 7 dessert plates (d: 23 cm); 1 large lidded tureen with mascaron handles (h: 22 cm, d: 23,8 cm); 1 lidded tureen with mascaron handles (h: 18 cm, d: 21 cm) on présentoir (d: 34 cm); 1 lidded tureen with mascaron handles (more bumped and browned, h: 18 cm, d: 21 cm), 1 large round plate (d: 34,5 cm); Tazza (h: 4 cm, d: 22,5 cm); Sauce tureen (h: 16,5 cm, d: 20,5 cm, lid glued); side dish with mascara handle (H: 7,5 cm, L: 25,5 cm, W: 15,5 cm); sauce boat with handle (H: 10,5 cm, L: 18,5 cm, W: 17,5 cm); centrepiece in mirror hunting motif and writing banderole: "Chateau de la Boissiere" (brown spotted, d: 25,5 cm, h: 15 cm) and cake plate on base (h: 12 cm, d: 28 cm, rim with crack), all parts with embossed stamp and brown stamp mark with decoration designation, many parts with chips, some parts somewhat browned, signs of age and usage, 2518 - 0074