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French Ironstone Salad Plate "Margot" by Amandinoise

French Ironstone Salad Plate "Margot" by Amandinoise

Regular price $60.00 USD
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Step into the 19th-century splendor with our exquisite French 'Terre de Fer' green salad plate (ironstone) by Amandinoise. Crafted with meticulous detail, this salad plate evokes timeless beauty.

Ironstone tableware emerged in France around 1770, made from natural clay, sand, and minerals. Unlike porcelain, ironstone is not translucent and can have a rough or smooth surface. The term peaked around 1900 with manufacturers like Faïenceries du Moulin des Loups, Saint-Amand, Lunéville, and others, producing sets stamped with 'Terre de fer' for authenticity.

Use: Ironstone dinnerware is generally dishwasher safe, but a delicate cycle is recommended. Avoid abrasive cleaners to maintain their surface. While durable, handle with care to prevent breakage.

Condition: Our products are generally in good rustic and vintage condition, but may exhibit minor flaws due to their age. Feel free to request additional photos or a video for a closer examination.

Materials : Ironstone

Dimensions : 10 Inches x 1.9 Inches

Care information : Ironstone dinnerware is generally dishwasher safe, but it's best to use a delicate cycle like that used for glassware. Avoid abrasive cleaners to maintain their surface. While earthenware is more durable than porcelain, it can still be fragile if exposed to shocks or extreme temperatures. Handle them with care to prevent breakage.

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