Tin Plates – violets


These beautiful tin plates have been decorated by reproducing some of the finest historic ceramic artwork around the world from museums and private collections.

Their elegance makes them perfect for a period look as a place setting, for serving and for picnics.

They also make attractive wall decorations, on their own or as a group.



This pretty design featuring violets has been taken from a plate that was commissioned by the French state at the end of the Franco Prussian war, after Napoleon was deposed.  The original was made at the Sevres Porcelain factory in 1874/75 and finally decorated in 1880.

The plate has been part of the Goodge Collection since the late 1920’s and was thought to have originally been displayed at the French Embassy in London.

In stock (can be backordered)


Tin plates

Dishwasher safe

Diameter 26cm

Light weight and unbreakable

Additional information


Chatsworth, V&A Pink roses, Manchester, Violets, Sevres rosebud, Garlands, Campion, Duke of Gloucester