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Van de Velde Plate

This is a superb Art Nouveau / Jugendstil porcelain plate made by Meissen around 1904. It is decorated with the Petschenhib motif designed by Henry Van De Velde in 1904. A very famous design and for good reason - it is superb! This plate is in great condition with just some wear to the clear glaze from use and these were meant to be used :) The blue being underlgaze one could even put them in the dishwasher and not ahve to worry which is very unusual for porcelain. Not that I would do it but I know some that do. The plate is just over 0.75 inches tall and 9.125 inches in diameter. It is marked underneath with the underglaze blue crossed swords, a blue number 76 as well as the usual impressed marks and Van de Velde's mark. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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