This Cameo Plaque by Florence Ceramics of California is made with the 3-dimensional plumes down on her stylish bonnet forming large swirling curls atop this young lady's head. The ribbons that frame her face, the large bow tied under her chin, and the scalloped rim of the plaque are all completed in shades of rich mink brown. Her porcelain skin, flawless features, and blonde hair are all distinctively Florence. She wears a pretty shoulder cape to match the plumes on her bonnet which are both trimmed with gold. A beige ribbon is strung through the holes and tied at the back for hanging.
This three-dimensional oval plaque, named NB94, measures 7-inches by 6-inches, and protrudes from the wall just under two inches in depth.
The backstamp in brown script reads "Florence Ceramics" encircled with the words, "Pasadena, California, Copyrighted." There is also an artist's mark in gold. This mark was used by Florence Ceramics from the 1940s to 1977, and this particular plaque dates to the early 1950s.
There are some flecks of wear on the brown of the rim, but this pretty lady has no other flaws.