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    Posted 9 years ago

    refindandd…
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    Porcelain? Floral Plate, Round Ornament, Bell and 2- Knives. All hand painted and signed M. Schill. Possibly from Indiana.

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    1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 8 years ago
      Hi, I just saw this! Beautiful painting on the Christmas ornament and the divided plate. Can't see the other three well enough to comment on, but I assume that they're finely painted, as well. The divided plate reminds me of Limoges, but I can't say that it is a Limoges blank. (I'm not a Limoges person, though I love it. Beyond my pocketbook.) If it's Limoges, it should have a factory hallmark on back. AR8Jason is correct - in Victorian period into circa early decades of twentieth century, American ladies would purchase porcelain blanks and paint them. Your artist did an excellent job. So glad that you have these! Regards, miKKo
    2. grandma-charlie, 7 months ago
      This M Schill china was painted by my Mother. She lived in Fritchton IN and sold beautiful hand painted china at French Lick and to peoplesround the Vincennes area. I am always interested in purchasing these pieces for her great grandchildren . She unfortunately passed before they were born

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