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19th Century Blue Majolica Rooster Plate Choisy Le Roi

$290

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Majolica plate with rooster signed Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. The manufacture of Choisy le Roi was one of the most important manufacture at the end of 19th century, they produced very high quality ceramics of all kinds as Majolica.

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