The history of the Raynaud porcelain manufacturing can be traced back to the 19th century. Raynaud is one of the oldest manufacturers of porcelain in Limoges, France, the town renowned for fine porcelain. Dating from 1849,Raynaud has more than 300 current patterns.
This tiny plate was made some time in the 1970's judging by the logo on the back and appears to be part of their Ceraline pattern. In excellent condition with no visible damage.
Not just for butter, this tiny plate is a fun collectible which would make a great spoon rest, jewellery tray or use it for it's intended purpose, to hold a single pat of butter
Measures 3" across