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Limbach Puce Scenic Saucer

This is a saucer made by Limbach around 1780. Limbach was founded in 1762 and made porcelain until about 1850. This saucer has a handpainted scene in puce of a church in a landscape surrounding with four little flowers/leaves around the scene and a gold trim to the edge. The saucer is in great condition with the gold trim being a bit dull in plaes. It is marked underneath with the underglaze blue crossed L mark with a star udnerneath meant to imitate the Meissen Marcolini period mark. Also an incised mark neat the foot like a 1. The saucer is 1.125 inches tall and 5.25 inches in diameter. Please e-mail me for more information or photos.

Price is $249
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