$112.00During the Victorian era a common staple used at the dinner table was condensed milk. To keep this original container out of sight, it was kept in beautifully decorated containers, this stunning and delicate RS Prussia porcelain condensed can holder features soft, pink roses with green foliage on a white and blended cream background, highlighted with flashes of purple and pale yellow with a touch of teal behind the flowers. The striking gold tone trim on the ruffled rim of the container, lid, two handles and curled finial, adds an extra touch of elegance.
A lovely Gien France Majolica oyster plate with six wells executed in celadon turquoise green. Gien in Central France was founded in 1823 by Hall ( owner of Creil & Montereau majolica). The company continued to produce fine Majolica until the 1970s.
Marked on the bottom GIEN FRANCE underglaze, circa 1960
Measurements:9 1/2" D
Condition: No Chips, Cracks or Repairs. The glaze has overall craquelure, a common occurrence with this type of ceramic, closeup photos provided