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J Pouyat

19th Century French Hand Painted Porcelain Bird Platter Signed J. Pouyat
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a wall or a bookcase with this colorful Limoges antique wall platter. Crafted in France circa 1809 and round in shape, the hand painted plate features birds drinking in a ri...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Porcelain

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Porcelain

Jean Pouyat for Limoges Salad Plate Set in Gold and Pink, Set of 6, 19th Century
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
A lovely set of Jean Pouyat for Limoges salad plates. In a crisp white porcelain, each plate features a gold, blue and pink filigree pattern with accents of green. The rim is scallop...
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Antique Late 19th Century French French Provincial Ceramics

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Gold

Six French Gold Footed Compotes and Saucers Persian Enameled Decoration, Signed
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This set of six French footed dessert compotes are decorated in all-over gold and embellished with a polychrome enamel decoration in the Persian taste. The green and reds provide a d...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Porcelain

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Gold

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Victorian French Porcelain Plate by Jean Pouyot Limoges in Quarter Sawn Oak
By Jean Pouyat
Located in San Diego, CA
A beautiful and rare antique large hanging plate by Jean Pouyot Limoges , France hand painted flowers frame in quarter sawn oak , with brass riveting , circa 1900s.very nice conditio...
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Antique Early 1900s French Early Victorian Dinner Plates

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Oak, Porcelain

Limoges Hand Painted Plate
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
This stunning hand painted gilded plate is sure to impress. The J.P.L. mark on the back dates the piece to 1906-1932. The Pouyat family was one of the oldest French names connecte...
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Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
H 1 in. W 10 in. L 1 in.
Antique French Limoges Pink Porcelain Oyster Plate Signed "J. Pouyat" circa 1900
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique French hand painted Limoges pink porcelain oyster plate with molded elevated center, Signed "J. Pouyat," circa 1900.
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Early 20th Century French Porcelain

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Porcelain

Hand Painted Two-Piece Footed Porcelain Pouyat Limoges Punch Bowl
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Plymouth, MA
Rare French hand painted porcelain punch bowl with footed porcelain base. Bowl is beautifully decorated with grapes on the interior and florals on the outside. Condition is excellent...
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Antique Early 1900s French Porcelain

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Porcelain

Large JPL Jean Pouyat Limoges Butterfly Shaped Antique Porcelain Tray or Platter
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Tustin, CA
Beautiful handmade and hand painted, very large antique porcelain dresser or vanity tray or platter by JPL Jean Pouyat Limoges France is signed by the artist, "A. M. Ewing 1903". The...
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Antique Early 1900s French Victorian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Pair of Limoges Cobalt Blue & Raised Paste Gold Vases with Floral Motif
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This pair of French porcelain pillow vases are the perfect answer to decorating a narrow space, such as mantlepiece. The deep cobalt blue ground creates a wonderful contrast to the A...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Aesthetic Movement Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Limoges Hand Painted Plate
By Jean Pouyat
Located in Bloomfield Hills, MI
This stunning hand painted gilded plate is sure to impress. The J.P.L. mark on the back dates the piece to 1906-1932. The Pouyat family was one of the oldest French names connecte...
Category

Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
  • Limoges Hand Painted Plate
H 1 in. W 10 in. D 10 in.
Extensive Gilt Limoges Porcelain Dinner Service. Antique, Gilt Medallion 90pcs
By Jean Pouyat
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A delightful China setting for 12, Limoges France from one of the older firms: Jean Pouyat Limoges and custom ordered through the fine Philadelphia retailer of the Gilded Age: John W...
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Antique 1880s French Victorian Tableware

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Gold

J Pouyat For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the j pouyat you’re looking for. A j pouyat — often made from ceramic, porcelain and gold — can elevate any home. There are many kinds of the j pouyat you’re looking for, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. When you’re browsing for the right j pouyat, those designed in Art Deco, Art Nouveau and Victorian styles are of considerable interest.

How Much is a J Pouyat?

A j pouyat can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $395, while the lowest priced sells for $179 and the highest can go for as much as $5,495.

Jean Pouyat Biography and Important Works

Jean Pouyat Furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs.com. These distinctive objects are often made of ceramics and are designed with extraordinary care. In our collection of Jean Pouyat furniture there are many options to choose from, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. In-stock we have 5 vintage editions of these items, while there is also 0 modern edition to choose from. Many of the original furniture by Jean Pouyat were created in Europe during the 19th century in the style of the aesthetic movement. Jean Pouyat Furniture prices can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. Priced at $179, these items top out at $4,200, while pieces like these can sell for $575 on average.

Finding the Right Porcelain for You

Today you’re likely to bring out your antique and vintage porcelain in order to dress up your dining table for a special meal.

Porcelain, a durable and nonporous kind of pottery made from clay and stone, was first made in China and spread across the world owing to the trade routes to the Far East established by Dutch and Portuguese merchants. Given its origin, English speakers called porcelain “fine china,” an expression you still might hear today. "Fine" indeed — for over a thousand years, it has been a highly sought-after material.

Meissen Porcelain, one of the first factories to create real porcelain outside Asia, popularized figurine centerpieces during the 18th century in Germany, while works by Capodimonte, a porcelain factory in Italy, are synonymous with flowers and notoriously hard to come by. Modern porcelain houses such as Maison Fragile of Limoges, France — long a hub of private porcelain manufacturing — keep the city’s long tradition alive while collaborating with venturesome contemporary artists such as illustrator Jean-Michel Tixier.

Porcelain is not totally clumsy-guest-proof, but it is surprisingly durable and easy to clean. Its low permeability and hardness have rendered porcelain wares a staple in kitchens and dining rooms as well as a common material for bathroom sinks and dental veneers. While it is tempting to store your porcelain behind closed glass cabinet doors and reserve it only for display, your porcelain dinner plates and serving platters can safely weather the “dangers” of the dining room and be used during meals.

On 1stDibs, browse an expansive collection of antique and vintage porcelain made in a variety of styles, including Regency, Scandinavian modern and other examples produced during the mid-century era, plus Rococo, which found its inspiration in nature and saw potters crafting animal figurines and integrating organic motifs such as floral patterns in their work.