Art Nouveau cobalt blue portrait cabinet plate depicting 2 hunters / lovers complete with their bows, quivers of arrows, a cherub and a falcon is being offered for your consideration. The plate measures 8 3/4 inches and is signed with the Austrian Porcelain Factory Victoria's mark used between 1904 - 1918; this is mark no. 1267 in Robert E. Rontgen's Marks on German, Bohemian & Austrian Porcelain. This porcelain display plate has 75-80% of the gold trim remaining and only a few light scuffs / scratches from stacking, there are no chips, cracks or hairlines (white spots on the plate are from the lighting used in photographing); a small glazed over firing flaw from the time of production remains on the back of the plate and is evident upon inspection at approximate 4 o'clock on the full reverse photo view of plate (included), as well as, the close up in the quarter section view of the reverse, it creates no instability in the plate, one can also see that the glaze from firing completely covers it (nothing from it is visible from the front). This would be a beautiful show piece to complement any porcelain or cabinet plate collection and a wonderful addition to your decor! (K5784)
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