This unusual old porcelain pictorial plate isn't marked so I can't date it precisely, but judging from the green transfer print in the center, it's from the early 1900s. The gold-trimmed scalloped plate measures about 7-1/2 inches diameter and is decorated with pink and blue flowers around the rim. In the center is a realistic photographic type transfer of two small girls embracing. Judging from their dresses and hair, they appear to be from the late Victorian to early Edwardian era.
The plate has no damage, although there is a little expected wear to the gold trim. This was a display plate, not for the table, so there are no scratches or marks from stacking or utensil use. The lower left edge of the green transfer may have a smudge or miss in application at the factory.