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Gien Sologne Tea Saucer The gently scalloped rim saucer is decorated with a duck in its natural habitat, in shades of brown and grey on glazed cream-colored faience earthenware Made by Faiencerie de Gien in France Measures approx. 5-7/8" in diameter New in great condition, no chips, cracks or crazing Note: Gien Earthenware is a form of ceramics that sometimes has small dimples or "pits" on the plates, this is a normal result of the artisan production methods of Faience. Picture may not reflect true colors due to camera/flash/lighting.

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