This is the second issue of the collection "La Ville de Paris" painted for Henri d'Arceau et fils (and son) by artist Louis Dali.
Louis Dali was born in 1905, and died in 1994 (and not in 2001 as we can find sometimes). If you wish to know more about him, please refer to this website:
In the late 1970s, Dali "was commissioned by the French government to paint his interpretation of the twelve sights of Paris. The collection was eventually used as the subject for a series of Limoges plates." (text from the link above)
This is one of the twelve plates. It represents Notre Dame. It was made in 1980, and is made of Limoges porcelain.
This is a Limited Edition piece of Art. It is numbered (AN 187) AND IS SOLD WITH ITS CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.
It is also sold with its information leaflet, which is in acceptable condition. It is not torn but has suffered a bit from a previous wrapping, and is a bit creased. The certificate of authenticity is also a bit creased.
The plate itself is in very good condition.
Diameter : 21.5 cm = 8.46"
Weight (without protection and packaging): 306 g