Charming antique French Saint Amand et Hamage marked 2pc 8" cabinet plate set, "Comique" with red & white lattice & laurel garland borders and delightful figural center scenes with titles or inscriptions! Part of a more extensive numbered series, this pair is numbered 10 & 12 and are entitled "La Peche Aux Lapins" and "One Vocation Qui Se Declare" or, roughly translated, "Rabbit Fishing" and "One who is Himself Declare it with the Vocation". Wonderful scenes with dog and rabbit or hare! Both plates have black maker marks on the back, along with die stamped marks for Saint Amand et Hamage (Nord), circa 1896. This is one pair, we'll be listing other small incomplete sets of similar souvenir cabinet plates this week so be sure to browse some while you're with us. They're fabulous grouped and displayed, whether in a curio cabinet, hutch or even simply wall hung. Wonderful!
Very good condition. There is one "Y" shaped hairline crack in the glaze on the back of one near the maker mark. Possibly a tiny edge nip or two but no larger chips, no cracks or other damage to note. Each has an 8" diameter.
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