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Nice Bruehlsches Allerlei Type Plate #5

This is a really fun porcelain plate was made by Meissen in the mid to later 19th century. It has a rim design very similar to the typical Brühlsches Allerei except it is not reticulated at all. I think it looks nice and is more practical for use than the one with all the cutouts. The design includes three panels of hand painted relief flowers surrounded with a relief patterns to the white paste and some gold trim. Each relief pattern around the flowers is different! In between the floral panels are three panels with a relief gilded design to it again surrounded with a relief design to the white paste and some smaller design in between the panels. Quite fancy and the rim looks amazing! The center has a large hand painted floral arrangement to it as well as three small single flowers. Nicely shaped edge with gold trim to it. A stunning looking plate and not one you'll see to often again! The plate is in great condition with two tiny black firing spots along the well edge and two chips along the foot ring as shown. Does not affect the plate at all and it displays perfectly! It is marked with the under glaze blue crossed swords mark as well as the usual impressed numbers one find on Meissen of this period as shown. The plate is 1 inch tall and 8.625 inches in diameter which is a very nice size. I have a few more in this style on the site if you'd like a pair or more. If you have any questions just send me an email!

Price is $299
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