Pickard Decorated ~ Limoges Porcelain ~ Art Nouveau ~ Hand Painted with Pink Carnations & Raised Gold~ Artist Fischer Signed~ Haviland Limoges France / Pickard Studios Chicago Il 1905-1910

Gorgeous Pickard pink carnation plate. This lovely plate features pairs of hand painted pink and white carnations which have been placed along the wide gold rim. The artist has added golden raised enamel around the leaves arranged amongst the roses and stems. He has outlined and accented the flowers in gold in the usual style of Pickard Studios. Stylized gold stems on a background of white have been added connecting the flowers to the gold center. Artist "Fischer" a listed Pickard artist has signed this piece. The artist Emile Fisher came to Pickard Studio upon coming to the US in 1904. He was an expert and prolific artist and was a master at handling of floral subjects. This design can be found on page 140 of Alan B. Reed's reference book 'Collector's Encyclopedia of Pickard China. There are no chips, hairlines or cracks; manufacturing anomalies do exist, the occasional tiny iron speck, dust 'bump' in the glaze, etc.

Double Backstamp: Haviland Over France Pickard stamp Mark 5 1st Ravenswood 1905-1910

Measures: 8 3/4"

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