SET OF SIX QUIMPER FAIENCE PLATES DECORATED WITH BRETON FIGURES, LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Sold: $420 ($350)
The scalloped-edge plates painted in the center with the figures of a Breton man, woman and four musicians. Each underside marked with conjoined “AP” for the Porquier factory, circa 1898. Diameter 9 ½ inches.
Provenance: The Gretchen Viall Collection, Providence, Rhode Island.