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Raddish Plate

This is a porcelain plate made by Royal Vienna in the 18th century (around 1760). It is handpainted with great attention to detail with raddishes or beets, a pickle and two mushrooms as well as small flowers on the rim. The rim has a basketweave design to it and the edge is highlighted in brown. A nice early example from the Vienna factory. The veggies have the shadow by them just like the very early Meissen pieces. The plate is in great condition with some wear on the leaves of the one raddish and two areas of peeled paint on the pickle. Manufacturing flaw to footring of no importance. The plate is almost 9.5 inches in diameter and 1.25 inches tall. It is marked with the underglaze blue shield mark as well as an incised 3 and two times the number 6 or 9. Please email me for more information or photos.

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