Set Eleven Antique French Porcelain Plates Made by Edouard Honoré Circa 1820


We are pleased to offer this rare and beautiful set of eleven Edouart Honoré, Paris porcelain dishes. These antique French porcelain plates are each hand-painted with a unique bouquet of beautiful flowers. Pinks, greens, and light blue play against the border which is painted with eye-catching red chevrons on beige ground. These stunning dishes would make a statement placed on a dining table, on a dining room wall, or in a lit cabinet.
Dimensions: diameter 8.75 inches
Condition: Excellent
Price: $2,800

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Background of ED Honoré:
Edouard D. Honoré headed one of the major porcelain manufactories in Paris. Following his father, F-M Honoré, into the porcelain business, Edouard’s first partnership was with P-L Dagoty and, after its dissolution, he continued independently with a factory at Champroux, a saleroom at Boulevard Poissonnière in Paris, and studios in Montparnasse for hand-painting his original designs. Honoré took out several patents for the application of high-temperature colored grounds.

Decorator’s Tip

Orange and green are complimentary colors. Pair these French porcelain plates with green dinner dishes to make your table setting pop.

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