This set of 4 sweet French plates are decorated with raspberry pink flowers and leaves. Perfect as salad, breakfast, or dessert plates. Each plates is stamped on the back with the manufacturer's mark "Digoin, Sarreguemines, France" and the pattern name "Dandy" in a style that dates the set to most likely between 1920 and 1950. Set of 4.
Dimensions: approx. 20.3 cm x 2 cm / 8 in x .75 in
These pieces wear their history like all vintage pieces which only adds to their story. These plates are in excellent condition with no major chips, cracks, crazing, or knife wear to the glaze. One has a small, clean chip on the edge (see 6th photo). The stenciled designs are crisp and clear.
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Q. What is a 'brocante'?
A. 'Brocante' is the French word for a flea and antiques market. I discovered the joy of them more than 10 years ago when I came to visit my now husband for the first time in his native France. And I love them just as much today as that first visit all those years ago!
Q. Will you search the French brocantes for a specific piece/type of item for me?
A. I'd be happy to! Feel free to reach out if you are looking for something specific. Although, because of the very nature of vintage brocantes and flea markets, I can never guarantee when or if I will find an item, I'm always happy to look and keep a running list of customer requests.
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