This wonderfully detailed limited edition porcelain collector plate is the third in a series of annual Christmas plates by the artist Hedi Keller bearing the hallmark of Konigszelt Bavaria. According to the Konigszelt Bavaria pamphlets, each plate is made from kaolin clay that has been purified, "individually shaped into a plate, dried, fired, glazed, glost fired, and ...given hand-applied decoration with more than a dozen colours."
This plate is numbered b 1802 and has a Bradex Nr. 22-46-1.3. It was issued for 1981. The 9.5" plate is in excellent condition and comes in its original shipping box with the signed German certificate of authenticity, an English version of the COA, and an English/German pamphlet describing the subject matter and artist. The small ink mark on the back of the plate at the top wiped right off. The hanging disc originally on the back is missing and there is a small string of glue residue on the back which can probably be removed if it bothers you. The plate itself is otherwise in perfect condition.
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