The Arts and Crafts movement in America would not have come into being without its British predecessor. The concept of beautiful craftsmanship carried to the United States through newspapers and periodicals, and inspired the formation of Arts and Crafts Societies in cities such as New York, Boston, and Chicago in the late nineteenth-century. The overarching goal of the American Arts and Crafts Movement was to stimulate American craftsmanship in the decorative arts, which included artisans of jewelry, furniture, and ceramics. The American Arts and Crafts movement ended by the 1920s, as industry and mechanization moved into the forefront of the American national identity. However, the artists left us with a legacy of distinctive objects from a period when beautiful craftsmanship was not only valued, but highly sought-after.

This beautiful hand painted Arts & Crafts cabinet plate, circa 1900, is decorated with a wide border of stylized orange fruits forming a garland of intertwined fruit, leaves and branches in shades of green and orange. The garland components are outlined with black against a background of soft beige. The plate measures 8 5/8" across and is stamped in green "Haviland - France", circa 1894-1931. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; near mint. Great Arts & Crafts design.

Hand Painted, Porcelain
Beige, Black, Green, Orange
Arts and Crafts
France • French
Decorator Plates, Plates

Brys Antiques

Arts & Crafts - Haviland - Hand Painted "Oranges" Fruit Motif Cabinet Plate


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