Beulé, Reboisson and Pavot, Limoges, France: Porcelain Trio
An early 20th century trio made by BRP - Beulé, Reboisson & Pavot, in Limoges, France - an area renowned for its high quality porcelain.
The set is comprised of a tea or coffee cup, saucer and side plate and has been decorated with striking yellow and black stripes - a highly unusual design which I have not come across anywhere else.
The base mark is said to date this set to the early 20th century, and the style could put this in the Art Deco period - 1920s-30s. But it is hard to date these and they may also be from the 1950s - there isn't much information out there!
All the pieces are in good vintage condition, the saucer and plate have some light wear and the plate has a small glaze flake (all pictured)
I do have two more cups and saucers in this design that have not been listed yet - please enquire if you would like more pieces.
The cup is 6 cm (2.5") high and 6.5 cm across the top, the saucer has a diameter of 13 cm (5") and the plate 19 cm (7.5".)