Art Deco Limoges porcelain meat platter game dish by Charles et Serpault
A rare 1930s Limoges porcelain meat platter by Charles et Serpault, used to serve meat at elegant French dinners.
It’s in good white vitro porcelain and features a moulded bull’s head at one end and a tray to catch the juices at the other.
Charles et Serpault was active until the end of the 1930s. Signed on the back.
The platter is 18 inches long and 11 inches wide, big enough to accommodate a hefty roast – served à point, of course.
It’s a lovely, rare item and we’re sure you won’t find its twin any time soon!
Weight 2.6 kilos. Shipping tariff T4 See shipping information,
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