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Victoria Austria Rose and Garland porcelain Plate with Three Coordinating Plates Circa 1904-1918. I have assembled this Collection for all the Shabby Chic, Country Cottage lovers out there in the world of Etsy. These plates can be hung on a wall, used through your castle or pulled out for your next Tea Party, let us just say, real multi-taskers!

Only one plate has a back stamp if Victoria Austria, it measures 7 1/4" with baby pink/red roses that encircled the border in a grey and blue garland. the shape of the plate is scalloped. It is marked with the the Company back stamp, and #291,reefeer to photo # 2 .There are no chips or cracks. This back stamp dates back to 1904-1918. Victoria China was known for motifs of delicate flowers and feminine lines and shape.

The next plate is also 7 1/4" in diameter with also a scalloped border, raised circular motif with muted gold finishes on the border. Larger pink/red roses are delicately scattered on the plate. This plate has 2 cracks on the back of the plate, only visible on the back side, see photo # 3 . This is no way detracts from the beauty of this piece. This piece is not marked but is most probably around the same time frame, 1904-1918.

The remaining two larger plates are 7 1/2" in diameter and both have a raised motif on their scalloped border, one with pink/red carnations with Queen's Anne Lace and the the other with garlands of bows and white and lilac pansies probably is my favorite. This plate has a pin size ship on the rim, that can virtually seen on the back side. Refer to photo # 4.

I created this Collection because they all tell a story of feminine details and sweet flowers of a life that has passed us. Jump back to the past with me and enjoy these pieces of art history in your Castle!


Aunt Violet has told Dr. Who to get these for her, I am going to pretend I know nothing of this and continue this listing for my customers.


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Vintage Victoria Austria Rose And Garland Porcelain Plate With Three Coordinating Plates Circa 1904-1918

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: clay, gold trim, hand painted
  • Feedback: 154 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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