FOUR QUIMPER FAIENCE PLATES, TOGETHER WITH TWO MODERN FRENCH FAIENCE PLATES.
Sold: $120 ($100)
Including a pair with elaborate borders titled “Quimperle” and “Bombard” and a single painted with the figure of a Breton man, all marked “HB/ Quimper” for the Grande Maison factory, circa 1904-1968, diameter 9 ¼ inches; a deeply scalloped plate painted with a Breton family, marked “HR/ Quimper” for the Henriot factory, circa 1904-1922, diameter 10 inches. The modern plates with single figure and insect borders, diameter 10 ¼ inches.
Provenance: The Gretchen Viall Collection, Providence, Rhode Island.