Lanternier Limoges Art Deco tea coffee part set
Alfred Lanternier Limoges Art Deco coffee part set in porcelain from the 1920s.
The striking shape is well known but this pattern is rare. It features elegant geometric motifs in blue and silver on all four sides and silver accents.
Coffee pot 8 ¼ inches / 21cm tall
Teapot 4 ¾ inches / 12cm
Cream jug 5 inches 12.5cm
Covered sugar bowl 6 inches / 15cm
In excellent condition.
Alfred Lanternier worked for Wedgwood, England before taking over the family porcelain business in Limoges in the 1890s. In the 1920s, Lanternier porcelain embraced the new Art Deco style, winning the jury’s ‘Grand Prix’ in the Paris Arts Deco exhibition of 1925. The factory went on to produced porcelain for the prestigious design studios, Pomone (Au Bon Marché), and La Maîtrise (Galeries Lafayette).
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