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Vintage Floral Lunéville Ironstone Serving Pieces

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Vintage Floral Lunéville Ironstone Serving Pieces

from 25.00

We are back in the family’s attic in Alsace and unwrapped these two early 20th-century ironstone serving pieces. Both are marked Lunéville, the famous royal manufacturer in Lorraine founded in 1730. Its French porcelain and ceramic works are appreciated by collectors of vintage tableware around the world. The pattern name “Mauve” is also marked on the back of each piece.

This is quintessential French chic. The colors and wildflower pattern are perfect for an updated shabby chic look.

The platter is in very good vintage condition. There are no chips or cracks. The little oval serving dish on the other hand has been well used. I don’t mind chips and age in my vintage dishes. As long as they can still serve and look beautiful, I keep them. I have priced this dish in accordance with its poor condition.

The large platter is 13 inches in diameter. $75

The oval serving dish is 9 1/2 inches in length by 5 inches across at its widest point. $25

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We are back in the family’s attic in Alsace and unwrapped these two early 20th-century ironstone serving pieces. Both are marked Lunéville, the famous royal manufacturer in Lorraine founded in 1730. Its French porcelain and ceramic works are appreciated by collectors of vintage tableware around the world. The pattern name “Mauve” is also marked on the back of each piece.

This is quintessential French chic. The colors and wildflower pattern are perfect for an updated shabby chic look.

The platter is in very good vintage condition. There are no chips or cracks. The little oval serving dish on the other hand has been well used. I don’t mind chips and age in my vintage dishes. As long as they can still serve and look beautiful, I keep them. I have priced this dish in accordance with its poor condition.

The large platter is 13 inches in diameter. $75

The oval serving dish is 9 1/2 inches in length by 5 inches across at its widest point. $25