K & G LUNÉVILLE FRENCH FAIENCE PLATE HAND PAINTED GRAPES 8 ½” Signed Obert Circa 1900
Wonderful antique FRENCH FAIENCE FRUIT PLATE WITH GRAPES BY KELLER & GUERIN FRANCE, known as K & G LUNÉVILLE. The piece is circa 1900 and signed Obert.
The FAIENCE PLATE is hand painted and features beautiful purple grapes on a green background. The term faience, refers to the tin-glazed process used for earthenware pottery, and depending on the origin, may be called majolica or delftware.
The back is stamped with the maker’s mark, K & G Lunéville France.
Measuring 8 ½” in diameter, the plate is in very great antique condition with no cracks or chips. There is some crazing, primarily visible on the back. There are two holes on the back so the plate may be hung.
Just imagine a grouping of beautiful K & G Lunéville Fruit plates decorating your accent wall!
For more Lunéville France see our Lunéville Faience in Collections.
About K & G Lunéville: Founded in 1730, K & G Lunéville was one of the most famous French pottery manufacturers. In 1786, Sébastien Keller purchased the company, and for the next 137 years, the Keller family controlled the company. About 1832, Keller's son aligned with his brother-in-law Guérin to give birth to the mark K & G (or KG) from the names Keller and Guérin.
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