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French Majolica Oyster Plate Elchinger 1950






 

    6 wells shaped oyster plate in French majolica made by the famous Elchinger factory around 1950-60. The 6 wells have great color of bleu on white background the back is entirely black enameled. It's not signed.Perfect condition. 9"3/4 diameter.

Price : 65.00 $

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For our French-speaking friends: Assiette à huître, ou à fruit de mer, en céramique à cul noir de Elchinger, née en Alsace vers 1950-60. Elle est en bon état et n'est pas signée sur son fond. Diamètre 25 cm. La renommée de cette manufacture est due à Léon Elchinger, céramiste de Soufflenheim.

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