Limoges Porcelain Wall Plate Large Antique Signed Tressemanes & Vogt
Limoges Porcelain Wall Plate Large Antique Signed Tressemanes & Vogt

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Arts and Crafts Tressemanes & Vogt artist-signed hand-painted Limoges porcelain platter. Polychrome profile of an American Indian maiden looking soulfully upward, wearing a beaded headdress. A deep Pompeiian red ground emphasizes the stylized design. A border of gold corn stalks sits on dark brown ground. Made by Tressemanes & Vogt of Limoges, France. This mark was used during the early 1900's. Probably decorated in New York. Signed F.P. Sullivan in two places along lower right bottom. Marked on bottom T&V/ LIMOGES/FRANCE and artist's initials FPS. There are no chips, cracks or repairs.

Gustave Vogt and Emilien Tressemanes became partners in the early 1880's.In 1891 they purchased two small porcelain factories, in the suburb of Montjovis, Limoges. As Tressemanes & Vogt, they made high quality porcelain for export to the USA. In 1919 Martial Raynaud bought the company.

Size: 13.5" (34.3 cm) diameter
13.5" (34.3 cm) diameter
Late 19th century
very good
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US$ 450.00
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