Modelled after an 18th century dinnerware pattern, Chêne Royal features a scalloped edge, decorated with red berry and green oak leaves bordered by dark cobalt blue banding embellished with gilt. A rare pattern, it is no longer in production. Note: price is for (1) rimmed soup bowl.
18th century style
Chêne Royal (Issued: 1989-2009, discontinued). Chêne Royal translates to Royal Oak.
Puiforcat (Paris, France, 1820-present) | Raynaud & Company (Limoges, France, 1911-present)
Backstamp: Puiforcat / Chêne Royal / Limoges France R logo / France 18eme Siècle / Fabriqué et Decore / à Limoges / Made in France
Early 21st century
Width 8.5 Depth 8.5 Height 1.25 inches
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Note: we have other pieces in this pattern including: flat teacups and saucers, coffee cups and saucers, bread and butter plates, salad/dessert plates, salad plates, dinner plates, rimmed soup bowls.