Late 19th century, Sarreguemines white glazed porcelain of wrythen fluted form with gilt bands.
Elegant early French Sarreguemines Louis XV set of white glazed porcelain of wrythen fluted form with gilt decoration. They are marked on the underside with the Lorraine coat-of-arms under a mural crown was used from 1860c to 1919.
In very good condition, commensurate with age with only slight wear but no chips, cracks or repairs.
Measurements: Cup: 2.5″ tall by 3.25″ top diameter; Saucer: 5.25″ diameter; Bread Plate: 8 3/8″ diameter approximately.