From the Longchamp Faience factory, founded in Burgundy, France in 1832, Terre de Fer plates in the Pavots pattern, circa 1890-1912.
Pavots, French for Poppy, was designed by Robert Charbonnier in the Art Nouveau style.The floral pattern is a deep blue-gray transfer printed on a cream colored ironstone body. The dinner sized plates show a stylized bouquet of open poppies, seed heads and leaves. A twining Morning Glory vine is seen in the background. The rims are scalloped with a raised molded lining following a wide inner paneled area.
Measures: 10.5 in. Diameter x 1.25 in. H
Marked: Printed mark showing Longchamp and the pattern name in an Art Nouveu cartouche. Impressed Terre de Fer.
Multiple plates are available, offered individually.
The expected light wear – All plates are in very good condition.
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