For your consideration, I propose three pieces from the late 1800s, english dinner plates plus a serving bowl of round vegetables in floral pink and blue floral pattern with pink and gold trim strips made by the bawo factory - dotter, limoges, France. Each piece of early porcelain limoges is decorated with scalloped edges of beautification paraded if ilyontre with pink and golden accents - pink flowers with green leaves on a pale cream background. Plus an inner strip of tiny blue forget-me-nots on each plate with bowl of vegetables also showing the strip of blue flowers on the outside of the bowl. Two plates of 9.75 inches - pleasant condition - 90% gold intact.
A 9.25-inch round serving vegetable dish - 90% untouched gold wear. Double backstamp on each piece - red surging decoration brand used by bawo - dotter with the green white mark of under-ice goods above it. The mark shown on these porcelain objects was used from 1896 to 1900.
Light signs of prior use should be expected consistent with previous property- free of fleas, cracks, hair lines, and light to none on surface marks on the glaze. Bawo - dotter have used the red brand decoration shield from the 1880s with some versions containing the label \"bawo - dotter\" above the mark.
Many similar bawo brands - dotter just say \"elite\" above the shield. Other brands have been used by bawo - dotter as well, all references \"elite\" somehow.