Emile Bourgeois - Limoges Crockery - Porcelain

Description
Emile Bourgeois - Limoges Crockery - Porcelain
France - 1910-1920

Offered here is tableware consisting of the following parts: 11 Deep plates, 6 flat plates, 1 flat bowl and 1 bowl with lid. The crockery was sold in the "Grand Depot" of Emile Bourgeois (1832-1926) in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century. He imported lots of "tableware" from England, but later on also imported French products, particularly from Limoges. These have their own marks (see photo 8). Eventually, the Grand Dépôt grew out to be the largest "shop" for tableware in the world and a second shop in Marseile was also opened.
For dimensions and weight (flat scale) see previous information.
Given the vulnerability and weight, picking up the lot is preferable but it can also be shipped if desired.

Lot details
Object
Limoges Crockery
Material
Porcelain
Manufacturer/ Brand
Emile Bourgeois
Estimated Period
1910-1920
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
2×29×41 cm
Weight
11.7 kg
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