Bareuther & Co Waldsassen Bavaria Bouquet Pattern Vintage Porcelain Salad Dessert Plates - Set of 6

Bareuther & Co Waldsassen Bavaria Bouquet Pattern Vintage Porcelain Salad Dessert Plates - Set of 6
Item# BareutherWaldassenBouquetPlates
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This splendid set of 6 brightly embellished Bareuther & Co., Bavaria, Germany vintage porcelain salad dessert plates will bring the happiness of summer blooms into your home all year round. Each of these 7-7/8" diameter vintage porcelain dishes was produced from the brightest white porcelain in the Bouquet pattern. The outer edge of each vintage porcelain dish is moulded with a delicate band of soft scrolls, which compliments their gilded rims. A different bouquet of bright summer blossoms on brilliantly green leafy stalks is the centerpiece of each of these wonderful vintage porcelain plates. Purple lilies, yellow and pink chrysanthemums, sunny daisies, pink roses, red and orange ranunculus, yellow buttercups, sunflowers, and purple and orange tulips burst in color.

Five of these vintage porcelain Baruether & Co. Bouquet pattern plates are in pristine vintage condition, with no gold loss, scratches nicks or wear. One of the plates - with the large purple iris and large pink chrysanthemum - has some gold loss on the rim and a few tiny nicks on the back of the plate which cannot be seen from the front. The picture of the front of this plate is image #3 below and the back of this same plate is image #4. We believe that this was the favorite plate and the only one that did not remain displayed in the china cabinet. Please see the pictures below for more detail.

Whether you decide to display these vintage porcelain Bareuther & Co. Bouquet pattern plates in your china cabinet, or use them for serving desserts, salads, or bread, these wonderful dishes are certain to brighten your day!

BRIEF HISTORY: Bareuther & Co. was founded in 1887 in Waldsassen, Bavaria, Germany and closed their doors in 1994. The backstamp on these beautiful plates is their last mark to be used and dates these pieces to a manufacture between 1970 to 1993.