TWO QUIMPER FAIENCE DISHES WITH RUFFLED AND SCROLLED EDGES, NINETEENTH CENTURY.

Est. $200-$300

The first a circular dish, the center painted with a Breton and goose, the underside marked “PB” for Porquier-Beau, circa 1875-1904 and titled “St. Chois.” The second a square tray painted with a man and child, marked “PB” and “Banalec.” Diameter of first 8 ½ inches, of second 7 ½ x 7 ½ inches.

Provenance: The Gretchen Viall Collection, Providence, Rhode Island.

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