A very rare gem is this early 1900s French Camille Tharaud Limoges pâte-sur-pâte enameled porcelain plaque with oval ormolu frame. Available at my Zen Cart powered on line boutique: Mariette's Back to Basics. It does have an easel to stand on and would make a beautiful display. Scroll down to see more photos and also some similar items that were sold at Christie's.
This enameled porcelain pâte-sur-pâte plaque from Camille Tharaud Limoges was very difficult to photograph...
The frame is in gilt metal, a technique called Ormolu.
Here it is on a blue batik tablecloth, outside on the balcony.
This one is also on the balcony...
Always some reflection in the shiny enameled porcelain.
This is taken inside on our French oak table in the dining room.
The green marks Limoges France
In gold C (Camille) Tharaud Limoges France
Also the easel is visible here. All in perfect condition.
Closeup of the French marks. It can also be hung from the loop.
This is a smal Limoges pâte-sur-pâte plaque that was sold by Christie's A SMALL LIMOGES PATE-SUR-PATE PLAQUE. It yielded $ 813 in December of 2008. For sure that made a perfect Christmas gift to someone!
Another Limoges pâte-sur-pâte rectangular plaque sold in 1998 at Christie's for $ 672, see Christie's A Limoges pâte-sur-pâte rectangular plaque
Another sold at Christie's in 2003 for $ 5,019 see: Christie's A LIMOGES PÂTE-SUR-PÂTE BLUE-GROUND RECTANGULAR PLAQUE
This is a scan from page 137 of my book: ART DECO LIMOGES Camille Tharaud and other ceramists
Keith & Thomas Waterbrook-Clyde see here at Amazon.