I found this tiny little china plate and, to be honest, it's a bit of a mystery to me.
The plate measures just over 6cm (2 and a half inches) in diameter and is marked Limoges, France on the base.
The plate has a stylish illustration of a Paris street scene at night. But what is going on? A man walks with his hands in his pockets past a shop window. A lady stands, smoking a cigarette, in the pale yellow light of a street lamp.
I've seen lots of Limoges china plates before, many are decorated with classical romantic garden scenes by Fragonard. Although they are quite decorative, they don't really fit in with my collection.
But this Limoges plate, I like. So if you do know anything about it, I would be delighted to find out more.