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Here are three delightful French porcelain feves.
During the French feast of the Epiphany in January a Gateau des Rois is served. This is a feast day for the Three Kings who found the Christ child to bear their gifts to him. It is a celebration that begins two weeks after Christmas.
Everyone sits around the table, the youngest sits under the table and the oldest cuts the cake with exactly enough slices for each person. The youngest names a person gathered around the table and the oldest serves that person a slice of cake. This goes on until all slices are served and then the feast begins. The lucky one to find the porcelain token is the King or Queen and wears the paper crown throughout the evening.

Each porcelain figurine is about 1" long

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Three Porcelain French Feves for the Epiphany, Served in a Gateau des Rois

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  • Vintage item
  • Material: porcelain
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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