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Gorgeous decorative porcelain plate in the shape of a three-leaf clover.
Pre-WWI finely manufactured porcelain.
The plate has a transferware decoration of a stem of three peach roses in full bloom.
Handpainted accents toward the stem of the clover, and on the sloped inner rim add a lovely softness to the design.
Handpainted gold gilt embellishes the ruffled rim.
While most beautiful and functional as a dresser tray, the cutout portion of the stem could accommodate hardware for creating a wall hanging.
The trademark belonged to Beyer & Bock from the Volkstedt part of the city of Rudolstadt-Volkstedt, Prussia, Germany until 1960.
However, this crown over B in shield mark stamped in blue was used by Beyer & Bock from c. 1905 to c. 1931
But, the Prussia designation narrows the production date from 1905 - 1918.
So, what we have is a Prussia, Germany transferware and painted plate from the Beyer and Bock porcelain house, made in the town of Rudolstadt-Volkstedt between 1905 and 1918.
At 100+ years old, in pristine condition, it is a wonderful piece of historic art.
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Antique 1910s Porcelain Clover Leaf Transferware Vanity Plate Beyer and Bock Prussia Germany 1910s Royal Rudolstadt Dresser Tray Home Decor