This set of 5 English fine porcelain luncheon plates were made by Minton in 1913 (from the punch mark under the glazing). They are in excellent condition and are part of the "Ivanhoe" pattern. These plates were made for Wright Kay Jewelers of Detroit (back in "the day," brides would choose not only jewelry, but fine china, crystal and silver from their local downtown jeweler).
Each plate is 8 inches in diameter. This gorgeous pattern is hand painted with enamel and features a starlike, floral center medallion with a green beadwork circling a rose. The rim features floral swags to form a six pointed star. At the point of each star is a beautiful yellow ribbon, green beadwork, and an oval, beaded frame encircling the pink rose. Absolutely elegant. The plate is edged in a mustard brown.
This pattern can also be combined beautifully with other similar Minton patterns to create a stunning tablescape. (See matching pieces listed separately). Great price!
Item ID: 00348
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