Gorgeous French antique porcelain GDA Limoges pink roses cake plate with green and gold details. Use this cake plate to elegantly display cakes, cookies, or an assortment of bite-sized sweet treats.
GDA was a factory in Limoges, France that produced specifically for the export market to the US from France.
The GD stands for E. Gerard et Dufraiuseix. The A stands for Abbott, the importer and distributor for these wares in NYC. GD bought Charles Haviland around 1882 and added A in 1901. The mark was used until 1941. Thus, this dessert tray was made between 1901 and 1941.
- GDA Limoges pink roses cake plate measures 30 cm (11.8 inches)
- Stamped: GDA France
- Very good condition, three small indentions pictured
CARE: We recommend washing this GDA Limoges pink roses cake plate by hand because of the gold detailing. Use a mild detergent in warm water. If you don't plan on doing the dishes immediately, give your plates a quick rinse to remove as much food as possible. It's best to rinse your dishes rather than let pieces sit too long in soapy water.
GDA Limoges pink roses cake plate discovered in Normandy.