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Arts and Crafts Pewter Plate/Tray, possibly by AEChanal

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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Found this gorgeous Arts and Crafts plate while out searching for something else. It is stamped but I can't read it all (see photo) It looks like "*echanal". There is a husband and wife team who produced pewter items in the early twentieth century who signed their work "aechanal" for Alice and Eugene Chanal but the letters are stamped in a different font style.
    Does anybody know if the business continued after the wars and if the stamp mark changed? Or perhaps a son or daughter continued in the family tradition? I don't want to wrongly attribute something but the style and the (partial) name fits, what do the folks on Collectors Weekly think?
    PS Size 16.5cm.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      Wow nice find! I would love to visit some of the brocantes you go too. I would imagine the range of items there would be so different to here.
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
      I had a look and found a signature similar to tours here ...

      I think you could well be on on the right track with Chanal.

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