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SITE COROT ‘ALICE’ TABLE SERVICE IN PORCELAIN OF LIMOGES, 55 pieces
inscription: ‘Alice’/SITE COROT/LIMOGES France/Bill Goldsmith (on the underside); date ‘1986’ on some plates (on the underside) 55 pieces: 8 dinner plates D. 26.6 cm 8 soup plates D. 22.3 cm 8 dessert plates D. 22 cm 8 bread plates D. 15.4 cm 8 coffee cups 8 coffee saucers 1 coffee pot 1 sugar bowl with lid 1 milk jug 2 large cups 2 saucers Condition: very good condition, 1 large saucer is chipped SITE COROT is a Limoges porcelain manufactory, created in 1984 by Patrice Fromion in Saint-Junien near Limoges, and whose name was inspired by the painter Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot who came to stay there between 1850 and 1860. The company was an immediate international success thanks to its graphic patterns created by Bill Goldsmith, artistic director at the time. This model, decorated with beautiful flowers, was created by Goldsmith in 1986.