This beautifully hand painted embossed porcelain tray from William Guerin & Co. Is a MAGNIFICENT PIECE OF ART that was hand-painted by Paul Millet. The kidney-shaped tray has a raised ruffled edge accented with Gold Gilt and features a stunning pattern of a pair of cherubs enjoying a bottle of wine on a hillside. The item was produced using an art pottery embossed porcelain technique, which adds to its unique and decorative finish. The tray is originally from Limoges, France, and was manufactured between 1850 and 1909.It weighs 3 pounds and has a length of 13 inches, a width of 9 inches, and a height of 1 inch. This antique tray is in excellent condition, and its finish is glossy.
It is an antique item, but it has been well preserved. The tray is perfect for use as a Serving Tray or Vanity/Dresser tray. It comes from the product line of William Guerin & Co.Limoges, France and is stamped on the back. It is a studio-crafted item that has a production style of embossed porcelain. This tray is a perfect addition to any collection and a wonderful conversation starter! Items condition is "Preowned" and has NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR CRAZING. Only flaw is Gold Gilt loss from the ruffled edge of the Tray. Please read "item details" section for measurements and other particulars. PLEASE SEE ALL PICTURES FOR THE BEST DESCRIPTION AND CONDITION OF ITEM!