Hand painted porcelain expresses the emotional connection between the artist and subject. This lovely set of 2 hand painted cabinet plates shows the artist's passion and understanding of beautiful floral arrangements and presentation. Executed in a small home-studio environment, circa 1900-1930, they are done on unmarked porcelain blanks and unsigned by the artist.
Each of the plates represents a different floral motif, soft rose/red clover blossoms and purple with golden tan pansies. The plates are decorated with bands of complementary pastel shades and delicate gold scrolls separating the bands as well as narrow gold rim on the gently scalloped plates measuring 8 3/8" in diameter. There are no cracks, chips or repairs. Also available in my store are two sets of 4 in different motifs by the same artist and on matching porcelain blanks as this set. Simply lovely.