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Good Fifteen-Piece Bawo and Dotter, Limoges,
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Good Fifteen-Piece Bawo and Dotter, Limoges, Porcelain Fish Service in the Aesthetic taste, fourth quarter 19th century, for twelve persons, the service...


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    41 pieces by Bawo & Dotter, Limoges, in a pink floral pattern with gilt scalloped edge to include 10 dinner plates (9 1/2''), 4 salad plates (7 1/2''), 4 bread plates (6 1/2''), ... [more like this]
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    SAUCE BOAT: Circa 1880's underglaze mark to include 1) Platter 2 1/2'' h. x 24 3/8'' x 10''. 2) Sauce boat 3'' h. x 7 5/8'' x 5'' underplate 9'' x 5 1/4''.CONDITION: Note ... [more like this]
  • FRENCH LIMOGES FINA CHINA SERVICE: Bawo
    & Dotter, early 1900's. Approx. 42 pieces in a pink floral design with scalloped gilt rim by Bawo & Dotter Elite Works to include 7 dinner plates (9 7/8''), 8 salad plates ... [more like this]
  • 7 PIECE LOT HAND PAINTED FRENCH LIMOGES:
    To include 1) Rose decorated charger, 12 3/4'' dia. Limoges France. 2) Haviland & Co. Scallop rim basket, circa 1876 - 1880, 9'' long. 3) Jean Pouyat, covered biscuit jar, ... [more like this]
  • 20th C. Limoges partial dinner service, fifty-eight
    pieces, white ground with cafĂ© au lait tracery and gilt trim: oval covered vegetable serving dish, flaked cover; round covered vegetable serving dish, 7 7/8" dia.; oval open ... [more like this]
  • Good Fifteen-Piece Bawo and Dotter, Limoges,
    Porcelain Fish Service in the Aesthetic taste, fourth quarter 19th century, for twelve persons, the service comprised of twelve fish plates of "chrysanthemum" form, each ... [more like this]
  • SET OF 12 FRENCH LIMOGES RICHLY DECORATED
    SERVICE PLATES: White ware mark of Bawo & Dotter Elite Works and decorating mark of George Borgfeldt. After 1920s. 10 1/2'' dia. ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECE LIMOGES TEA SET. All with handpainted
    floral decoration and gilt accents. Impressed ''BDL Depose'' (Bawo & Dotter). 5'' to 9 1/4'' h. ... [more like this]
  • 2 FRENCH LIMOGES PORCELAIN BISCUIT JARS:
    Bawo & Dotter Ca. 1896-1900. Charles Ahrenfeldt late 19th C. The jar with the courting scene does have wear to the finial. Each approx. 6'' tall x 5'' dia. ... [more like this]
  • FRENCH LIMOGES FISH PLATTER: Bawo & Dotter
    Ca. 1869-1900. 24 3/4''l. 10'' wide. ... [more like this]
  • BAWO & DOTTER ELITE WORKS FRENCH LIMOGES
    CHINA: Early 1900's. Approx 74 pieces to include 9 dinner plates (10''), 10 salad plates, 10 bread plates, 10 soup bowls, 12 dessert bowls, 7 cups, 10 saucers, a square ... [more like this]
  • FRENCH LIMOGES FINE CHINA: Early 1900's
    Bawo & Dotter Elite Works. Approx. 56 piece gold and cobalt rim china to include 12 plates (8 3/4''), 12 plates (6 1/4''), 12 cups, 12 saucers, 2 serving plates, covered ... [more like this]
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    20th century Comprising fish platter, length 23 1/2in (59.5cm), sauce tureen with under tray and twelve 9in plates; each decorated with fishes swimming amongst reeds, within ... [more like this]

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