Ceramic and Porcelain

Ft Thomas Quebec beaver charger

Large porcelain service plate illustrating the haven of Quebec City and Levis on the south shore.

It was the porcelain importer Francis T. Thomas who, around 1880, requested the production of complete services decorated with photos of monuments and important sites in Quebec City. We will find on plates, bowls, cups as well as pieces of services such as this large tray these various scenes: The Kent door, the door st-jean, the Wolfe monument, the Dufferin terrace, the stairs casse-cou, the Montmorency falls and the Havre of Quebec and some others.

In the background of this series, we find the beaver, emblematic animal of Canada since 1621. Also found on the plate are the Irish shamrock, the Scottish thistle and the English rose.

Despite its 140 years, this plate is in very good condition. Note that it has no chips but a fine crack is visible at the edge in the lower right section.

1 195.00 $ (Français) + tx

Dimensions14 x 12 x 4 in


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