Set of 10 Tournai Belgian Blue and White Porcelain Plates made in the late 18th Century.
This price is for a set of 10 matched Tournai plates each measuring 9.725 inches in diameter.
These plates are unmarked but it is a great collection.
Tournai porcelain was made from about the mid 18th to the mid 19th century at a factory in Tournai, Belgium.
Several styles prevailed: figures in fanciful landscapes, cupids, and other decorative motifs were outlined in plain crimson on white, especially by the painter Henri-Joseph Duvivier (during 1763–71); landscapes with ruins, war scenes, and the like were painted also in green, blue, brown, and reddish brown.