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Green Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica leaves plate, circa 1890.
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Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Green Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica leaves plate, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Green Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica leaves plate, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Green Majolica Leaves Plate Gien, circa 1890
By Gien
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica leaves plate signed Gien, circa 1890.   
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Green Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
French green Majolica leaves on basket weave background plate, circa 1880.
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Antique 1880s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Green Majolica Leaves Plate Montereau, circa 1890
By Creil et Montereau
Located in The Hills, TX
French green Majolica leaves plate signed Montereau, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Green Majolica Leaves Plate Sarreguemines Digoin, circa 1930
By Digoin & Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
French green Majolica leaves plate signed Sarreguemines Digoin, circa 1930.
Category

Vintage 1930s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Small English Green Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
Small English green Majolica leaves plate, circa 1890.
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Antique 1890s English Victorian Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century Green Majolica Leaves Flowers Plate Choisy le Roi
By Choisy-le-Roi
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica plate Choisy le Roi, circa 1890. Decorated with leaves, ferns, flowers and Greek border.   
Category

Antique 1880s French Victorian Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Faience

George Jones Majolica Plate with Mottled Center, Green Leaves on Turquoise
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica 9-in plate with mottled center, green wheat leaves and wheat stalks on turquoise, the inner and outer border glazed in yellow or ochre. The reverse with impress...
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

George Jones Majolica Plate with Mottled Center, Green Leaves on Turquoise
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica 9-in plate with mottled center, green wheat leaves and wheat stalks on turquoise, the inner and outer border glazed in yellow/ochre. The reverse with impressed ...
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

George Jones Majolica Plate with Mottled Center, Green Leaves on Turquoise
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica 9-in plate with mottled center, green wheat leaves and wheat stalks on turquoise, the inner and outer border glazed in yellow/ochre. The reverse with impressed ...
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

George Jones Majolica Compote, Mottled Center, Green Leaves on Turquoise, 1870
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica compote with mottled center and stylized green wheat Leaves on a turquoise glazed ground, the inner and outer borders glazed in yellow/ochre, raised on paw feet...
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

French 19th Century Majolica Lidded Teapot with Green Leaves and Corn Motifs
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French majolica lidded teapot from the 19th century, with green ground and corn motifs. Created in France during the 19th century, this majolica teapot features a circular body ado...
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Antique 19th Century French Tea Sets

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Victorian Leaves Green Platter Wedgwood
By Wedgwood
Located in The Hills, TX
Victorian Majolica platter signed Wedgwood, end of 19th century.
Category

Antique 1880s British Victorian Platters and Serveware

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

Hand Decorated Majolica Plates with Apples and Green Leaves-Set of Four
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Set of four very colorful Majolica plates decorated with apples, leaves and white blossoms. These plates are all hand decorated. Originally purchased from the famous Parisian tableto...
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Vintage 1970s French Art Nouveau Ceramics

Materials

Enamel

Green Majolica Leaves Plate Gien, circa 1950
By Gien
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica leaves plate signed Gien, circa 1950. 4 plates available.
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Vintage 1950s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

  • Green Majolica Leaves Plate Gien, circa 1950
  • Green Majolica Leaves Plate Gien, circa 1950
  • Green Majolica Leaves Plate Gien, circa 1950
  • Green Majolica Leaves Plate Gien, circa 1950
H 0.5 in. Dm 8.5 in. L 0.5 in.
Pair of 19th Century Green Majolica Leaves Plates
Located in The Hills, TX
Pair of English Majolica green plates with leaves on a basket weave background, circa 1880.
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Antique 1880s British Victorian Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

Green Majolica Plate With Leaves, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
English green Majolica plate with leaves, circa 1880.
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Antique 1880s English Rustic Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Pair of Green Majolica Handled Leaves Villeroy & Boch, circa 1880
By Villeroy & Boch
Located in The Hills, TX
Pair of green Majolica handled leaves Villeroy & Boch, circa 1880.
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Antique 1880s Luxembourgish Rustic Platters and Serveware

Materials

Ceramic

Green Majolica Plate with Acanthus Leaves and Grapes, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
French green majolica plate with acanthus leaves and grapes, circa 1880.
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Antique 1880s French Rustic Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Large Minton Antique Majolica Planter with Green Leaves on a Turquoise Ground
By Minton
Located in Katonah, NY
A large 19th century Minton Majolica jardiniere decorated to the exterior with green oak leaves and acorns on a turquoise ground.The design and the colors blend beautifully. Handles...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Planters, Cachepots and Jard...

Materials

Majolica

Majolica Leaves and Berries Plates Josef Steidl Znaim, circa 1890
By Josef Steidl Znaim
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica plates with leaves and berries signed Josef Steidl Znaim, circa 1890.
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Antique 1880s Austrian Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

Green Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
Green Majolica leaves plate, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

19th Green Majolica Leaves Plate Sarreguemines
By Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
19th century French green Majolica plate with vine leaves signed Sarreguemines.
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Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Green Majolica Leaves Plate Clairefontaine, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
French green Majolica leaves plate signed Clairefontaine, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

French Green Majolica Leaves Plate Clairefontaine, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
French green Majolica leaves plate signed Clairefontaine, circa 1890.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic

19th Century Green Majolica Leaves Plate Sarreguemines
By Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
19th century French green Majolica plate with vine leaves signed Sarreguemines.
Category

Antique 1890s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Ceramic, Faience

Green Majolica Acanthus Leaves Plate, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica acanthus leaves plates, circa 1880.   
Category

Antique 1880s French Rustic Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

George Jones Majolica Plate with Mottled Center, Green Leaves on Turquoise
By George Jones
Located in Banner Elk, NC
George Jones Majolica 9-in plate with mottled center, green wheat leaves and wheat stalks on turquoise, the inner and outer border glazed in yellow/ochre. The reverse with impressed ...
Category

Antique 1870s English Victorian Ceramics

Materials

Majolica

Victorian Green Majolica Palm Leaves Plate, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
Victorian green Majolica palm leaves plate, circa 1880. Basketweave on the center.
Category

Antique 1880s English Victorian Decorative Art

Materials

Ceramic

English Majolica Leaves Plate, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
English Victorian Majolica plate with leaves and white flowers, circa 1880. Minor chip on the back.
Category

Antique 1880s French Victorian Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

Majolica Acanthus Leaves Plate, circa 1880
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica acanthus leaves plates, circa 1880.    
Category

Antique 1880s French Country Dinner Plates

Materials

Majolica

Green Majolica Leaves L For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the green majolica leaves l you’re looking for. Frequently made of ceramic, earthenware and majolica, every green majolica leaves l was constructed with great care. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect green majolica leaves l — we have versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. A green majolica leaves l, designed in the Victorian or Art Nouveau style, is generally a popular piece of furniture. A well-made green majolica leaves l has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by George Jones, Gien and Sarreguemines are consistently popular.

How Much is a Green Majolica Leaves L?

A green majolica leaves l can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $153, while the lowest priced sells for $100 and the highest can go for as much as $8,800.

Finding the Right Serveware, Ceramics, Silver and Glass for You

Your dining room table is a place where stories are shared and personalities shine — why not treat yourself and your guests to the finest antique and vintage glass, silver, ceramics and serveware for your meals?

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