12 illustrated plates in earthenware representing the adventures of Don Quixote, by the Manufactory of K&G Lunéville.
12 earthenware dinner plates "Paris Assiégé" (*besieged) telling the life during war between France and Prussia, nicely colored made by the French Manufacture Creil & Montereau in the late 19th century.
Set of 12 dinner plates with Entertaining horses patterns in the style of Gericault or De Dreux paintings. Made by Creil & Montereau between 1840-1876.
Set of 6 plates designed by Benjamin Rabier in Sarreguemines earthenware with animal skits.