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Early 20th century mustard yellow oval toleware serving tray with cut out handles, raised edge with stenciled trim, and French toile style transfer Provincial / Neoclassical scene surrounded by grape vine. Marked on back Italy TF/230.
“The word “toile” comes from the French word for linen cloth. The word is shortened from the full name toile de Jouy, which means linen or cloth from the town of Jouy-en-Josas, in the suburbs of Paris. Toile de Jouy was a specific type of linen printed with romantic, pastoral patterns in a single color—usually black, blue, or red—on an unbleached fabric. Although the word toile means fabric, the word toile has evolved to also refer to the original design aesthetic of the fabric. Toile designs are popular for non-fabric items like wallpaper and fine china.”
Very Good - A few scuffs/light wear
26” x 19.5” x 1.5” (Width x Depth x Height)