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This is a handsome piece of transferware china that fans of New Orleans will appreciate, even if they are not collectors of souvenir plates. The pattern features a limited color palette of light mustard, ivy green and chocolate brown.

The centerpiece of the plate is the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square. A band of vignettes circles the rim. Represented here are the French Market, the Cabildo, Mardi Gras, the Sugar Bowl (in Tulane Stadium before the Louisiana Superdome came to be), a French Quarter courtyard scene and the Old Absinthe House. Also incorporated are the iconic mother brown pelican feeding her young and the southern magnolia.

Measures 11" round and is in remarkable condition.

Printed on the back in metallic gold lettering:

New Orleans
The Cresent City (Yes, it is misspelled.)
Home of Mardi Gras
and the Sugar Bowl

Beautiful, Large Transferware New Orleans, Louisiana Serving Plate


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: china, ceramic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 63 reviews
  • Favorited by: 7 people