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French Fish Platter
French Fish Platter
French Fish Platter
French Fish Platter

French Fish Platter

Regular price $395.00 Sale

French Fish Platter A large platter ready for your fish service or a wonderful feature in your display cabinet. This piece has a nice scalloped shape to the rim and is hand painted with a central fish and underwater scene with fish accents. Made in the style of Limoges.

A featured item from our Kennebunkport Collection.  One-of-a-kind unique items sourced from the Kennebunk’s in southern Coastal Maine. Bring an authentic piece of nautical or coastal history into your home.

In very good antique condition- no visible imperfections.  There is mild wearing of the gold accent that is expected for its age and gives a lovely patina.  

It's a gorgeous and collectible addition to your tableware collection!

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DIMENSIONS: 2" H x 9" W x 20" L

ORIGIN: unmarked 

ERA: Victorian, Late 19th, very early 20th century

FACTS & HISTORYAt the heart of the dinner party was the properly set Victorian table, with individual place settings containing up to 24 pieces of silver to accommodate elaborate menus often consisting of up to 12 courses.  It was correct to have the right piece of flatware or serving plate designed for each particular course.

The complexity of a formal Victorian dinner was a major underlying reason why Victorian dining rooms featured massive dining tables, sideboards and buffets. As many as eight forks could occupy one place setting, with an equal number of knives and an assortment of spoons to cover a myriad of food and drink items that included cream soups, clear soups, hot or iced tea, coffee and dessert. In addition to the flatware, tables were filled with serving dishes, condiment dishes, cake stands, fruit stands, cruets, asparagus tongs, game sheers and picks for butter or nuts.