A Set of Six Soup Plates
mid 19th - early 20th century
A set of six soup plates (German, mid 19th – early 20th century) produced by the Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, Dresden. Each plate is has a molded gilt edge with a raised paneled basket weave rim, they are hand painted at center with a unique bouquet and surrounded by scattered floral sprigs and insects. They are marked on the reverse with under-glaze blue crossed swords and impressed with the number “17.”
diameter: 9 3/8"
Bequest of Mrs. Alletta Morris McBean, 1986.
PSNC.7954.1 - .6
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