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American Limoges Co

Cake Plate, American Limoges, Janis R132, Vintage, 14", USA

Cake Plate, American Limoges, Janis R132, Vintage, 14", USA

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  • Pattern:  Janis, R132 (Discontinued)
  • Made in Sebring, Ohio, USA
  • Vintage:  1945- 1955
  • Details:  This is a beautiful china pattern.  It has a large bouquet of roses in the center with dark green leaves.  The roses are light pink, dark pink, yellow and gray-white.  The platter has a very pretty embossed rope border and a 22kt gold accent on the verge and rim.  The ceramic is not bright white, more of a cream color.  The tray looks oval but it's actually round with built in handles.  The backstamp reads: "American Limoges Made in U.S.A., Janis R-132, 66, Warranted 22Kt gold".  A very pretty platter for Spring, and Easter!  Mixes well with other color tableware.
  • Materials:  Ceramic
  • Dimensions:  14.0 inches Long (including handles), 11.25 inches in Diameter. 
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Very Good Condition.  There is crazing and some discoloration on the ceramic, all acceptable due to age/use/wear.  There's a small yellow mark on the back. 
  • Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
American Limoges China Company, (not to be confused with Limoges France), was started by F. A. Sebring in 1887 in Sebring, Ohio.  They produced porcelain products like those made in Europe even though it was extremely expensive to import materials and talent.   Three years after opening there was a very large fire that completely destroyed all records, including their formulas and equipment.  They rebuilt and Limoges began producing earthenware and semi-porcelain products.  To save money they used decals rather than hand painting the patterns.   In the late 1940's they were threatened with a lawsuit by the French Limoges Company so they started to mark their products American Limoges and the name was changed to the American Limoges China Company.  Due to several other slight variations of their name, you will find the backstamps to vary on different patterns but it always contains the word "Limoges".  The American Limoges China Company filed bankruptcy in 1955 and was closed.

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