Beyer & Bock founded a porcelain decorating company in 1890 in Volkstedt, Thuringia, Prussia. The Prussia - Royal Rudolstadt trademark was registered about 1905.
This lovely large serving plate/tray, circa 1910, is decorated with a transfer pattern of three lily blossoms in shades of orange, white and lavender with green foliage against a background of pale to darker hues of blue, yellow and gray. There are some hand-painted highlights on the lilies. The outer edge and cut handles are trimmed with gold. The item measures 12" across from handle-to-handle.
The stamped mark in green is a crown over "B" in a shield and "Prussia - Royal Rudolstadt". There are no cracks, chips, utensil marks or repairs. Beautiful plate to use or proudly display.
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