Offered for purchase is a beautiful Thomas Bavaria Floral Design Charger/Plate (Signed “H.”/c.1909-1930’s) hand-painted/decorated in the US or Canada as part of the Arts & Crafts movement.
The design for this item is by May McCrystle and may be found in the February 1909 issue of Keramic Studio Magazine. A photo of the page showing the design is included in this listing. Keramic Studio Magazine was a monthly publication for the amateur porcelain/china decorator which provided designs, detailed instructions on porcelain/china decorating, as well as articles and photographs of competitions and displays between various china decorating studios and clubs. The magazine was first published in May 1899 and continued into the late-1920’s; it then became Design Magazine, which addressed a wider range of designs than china decorating and craft work, and continued publication into the 1930’s.
The plate is in excellent condition... no chips, cracks or repairs, although there are some scratches, and wear from age and use. The plate is approximately 12.75 inches in diameter, and is marked as shown in the pictures.
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Thomas Bavaria Floral Design Charger/Plate (Signed “H.”/c.1909-1930's) - Keramic Studio Design