Illustrated in a rustic country style that shows the mark of the individual artist, these petite plates each feature a different motif of French patriotism. They're made by the renowned French pottery house Longchamp, which began manufacturing dishware in its factory near Dijon in the late 1800s and operated until the 1980s.
By the way, I love the Longchamp stamp -- a running horse -- in recognition of its namesake, the famous racetrack in the Bois de Bologna.
- Petite snack plates, set of six, Longchamp, made in France, pottery, hand-painted, vintage from the 1970s, excellent condition (6"d)
- Bookends, cast metal, in the shape of the Eiffel Tower, perfect for holding your French cookbooks, used, excellent condition (4.5"w x 8.25"h)
Shipping costs are included. Also, please note that everything I sell, and I mean everything, is used, antique, vintage, etc. That means sometimes scratched, dented, and worn. Imperfect. Not dusty, though. Or dirty.