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Pairpoint Limoges Plate
Pairpoint Limoges Plate
Our Price: $60.00

PPL682. Pairpoint Limoges plate with decoration of pink wild roses on a yellow background with green leaves and brown stems. Signed on reverse side "Pairpoint Limoges" and numbered 2301/36. 8 ½" diameter. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Shallow Bowl
Pairpoint Limoges Shallow Bowl
Our Price: $100.00

PPL683. Pairpoint Limoges shallow bowl with a decoration of a young lad proposing to a young girl. The bowl is signed on reverse side and numbered 2049/80. 9 ¼" long by 6 ¾" wide. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Dresser Box
Pairpoint Limoges Dresser Box
Our Price: $175.00
Sale Price: $125.00
Savings: $50.00

PPT777.  Pairpoint Limoges, or more accurately named Crown Pairpoint has Pairpoint enamel decoration on French porcelain.   This dresser box is marked PMC which is commonly accepted as meaning "Pairpoint Manufacturing Company".   Beautifully decorated with pink and white poppies and green leaves with a green background.   7 1/2" long by 5 1/2" wide. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Cup and Saucer
Pairpoint Limoges Cup and Saucer
Our Price: $175.00
Sale Price: $150.00
Savings: $25.00

PPT759. Crown Pairpoint cup and saucer, also known as Pairpoint Limoges, in colors of Burgundy, pink, green and white. This ceramic ware was made from 1894 – 1909, and has not received the notoriety that is so deserves. Similar in appearance to the company’s opal ware, but decorated on French ceramics. This was a popular line at the time and showed Pairpoint’s ability to adapt to the changing times. Saucer is 5 3/8" diameter.  Excellent dondition.  Signed on base. more info
Pairpoint Silver-Plated Box
Pairpoint Silver-Plated Box
Our Price: $225.00

PPT684. Pairpoint silver-plated box. This is a rare form with an applied hull of a boat and the inside of the box is lined with wood. Signed on underneath side "Pairpoint" and numbered "D4944". The box is 8 ¼" long, 3 ¼" wide by 2 ¾" tall. Very good condition, but it does have some wear to the silver plate. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Our Price: $475.00
Sale Price: $285.00
Savings: $190.00

PPL681. Pairpoint Limoges vase with a cream background and a floral decoration of yellow & pink blossoms with green leaves. The design is framed by gold scrolls. There are two scroll handles and is signed on underneath side with "PMC" mark. 14" tall. Excellent condition. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Compote
Pairpoint Limoges Compote
Our Price: $475.00
Sale Price: $300.00
Savings: $175.00

PPL825.  Pairpoint Limoges Compote with enamel decoration of flowr blossoms, leaves and gold highlights.  An applied vine wraps around the stem.     Signed with the green Pairpoint Limoges crown mark and is numbered 2005.   8" tall.   Excellent Condition. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Our Price: $650.00
Sale Price: $390.00
Savings: $260.00

PPL680. Pairpoint Limoges two-handled vase with decoration of a village on the water (perhaps Venetian) with a little boy fishing over a railing. The reverse side has two boats on the water. The mauve background has gold highlights. Signed on base "Pairpoint Limoges". 15" tall. Excellent condition. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Our Price: $650.00
Sale Price: $475.00
Savings: $175.00

PPL824. Pairpoint Limoges vase with floral decoration of amethyst, blue, yellow and white blossoms with green leaves and gold highlights. Enamel gold top and feet and signed with the green Pairpoint Limoges Crown Mark. Also it is numbered 2007/90. 10 3/4" tall, excellent condition. more info
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Pairpoint Limoges Vase
Our Price: $850.00
Sale Price: $650.00
Savings: $200.00

PPT751.  Crown Pairpoint portrait vase, also known as Pairpoint Limoges, in colors of blue and white.   This ceramic ware was made from 1894 – 1909, and has not received the notoriety that is so deserves.  Similar in appearance to the company’s opal ware, but decorated on French ceramics.  This was a popular line at the time and showed Pairpoint’s ability to adapt to the changing times.  Pictured in Ken Wilson & Jane Spillman’s wonderful book “Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass” Volume 2, page 210.  Excellent condition with a wonderful provenance.  12” tall. more info