This pattern by lrl is limoges france and i can’t find another like it, nor did i come across any listings for lrl with this many pieces. I found 2 listings with plates of a similar pattern one was dated to 1940’s, the other to the 1920’s. There are 9 complete 7 piece place settings and 3 partial settings. A place setting includes a 9″ dinner or luncheon plate, a 7 1/4″ salad plate, a 7 1/2″ soup bowl, 5″ fruit bowl, a 3 butter pat, a cup and a saucer. There are an additional 3 dinner plates, 2 salad plates, 1 soup bowl, 1 butter pat, 2 cups and 2 saucers. The serving pieces are a gravy boat and under platter. An 11 3/8″ platter, a 16″ platter, an 8″ covered cassarole, a 9 1/2″ covered cassarole, a sugar bowl, a 9 1/2″ oval serving bowl, a 5 1/2″ covered dish which has a piece inside that is covered in small holes (i do not know its purpose) and a 10 1/4 piece which is missing its cover and possibly was a soup tureen. I do not see any crazing lines, but with the number of pieces its possible i would have missed some. The large platter has chips on the raised ridge on the underside of the platter, this cannot be seen from the top of the platter. Two cups have a small chip on the rim and there is a very tiny chip on the upper rim of the sugar bowl rim. I have tried to be forthcoming with any damage and hopefully havent missed anything. Really for age and number of pieces they are in very nice, gently used condition. I have a number of dish sets in my shop, this is the only one with individual butter pats. Butterpats were a very victorian thing, by 1950’s they had completely fallen out of favor, replaced by the bread and butter plate. This item is made of pottery.