Here is a wonderful plate with soft-toned flowers painted in the center and within the molded rococo cartouches at four locations on the rim. The details of the molding are certainly Ludwigsburg, but the plate has no factory mark. It has the numbers N20 impressed on the back, plus an incised H near the footrim, and a red painter’s mark of a D with three dots. Diameter is nine and a quarter inches. I also have other Ludwigsburg plates, in fact a set with identical rococo moldings on the rim, but this plate was painted with a softer palette and is very slightly smaller than the other plates. Good condition: there is a well-repaired quarter-inch rim chip confined to the back (shown), and wear to the enamel on the rim. Please check the photos. I’ve listed only a few of my Ludwigsburg pieces. Please ask for information about cups and saucers, creamers, a sugar bowl, trays, etc.
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