Charles Field Haviland Limoges France Hard Paste Porcelain Plate MMA Reproduction of 1735 Royal Saxon Manufactory at Meissen Germany. This lovely white Limoges porcelain plate was made by Charles Field Haviland for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is a reproduction of a hard-paste porcelain plate made at the Royal Saxon Manufactory at Meissen, Germany, about 1735. The pattern design was adapted from a Meissen plate and features colorful florals and moths. The edge of the plate has an embossed basket weave panel design with smaller flowers in each section.
In excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. Measures 9-1/4” diameter and has a slightly scalloped upturned edge.
Black backstamp reads “Metropolitan Museum of Art (MMA) Logo”, “Reproduction of A Hard-Paste Porcelain Plate Mate at the Royal Saxon Manufactory at Meissen, About 1735.” In gold, “C.H. Field Haviland Limoges” and also in gold, “Limoges France”.
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