Very fine porcelain coupe plates featuring stylized rose transfers, The roses show a light shade of pink to the petals. The decoration is enhanced by hand painted white enameling. The rims are lined with gold; showing just a bit of age related wear.
These plate were produced by the Hermann Ohme Porcelain factory mark which helps us date these to c. 1912-1918. The Ohme factory was only operation for a very short time. Much of their porcelain was used for restaurants such as these plates.
Each measures 8 5/8 inches in diameter and all are in wonderful condition without damage. A perfect plate for tea time! Imagine the lovely table setting with blush roses as a centerpiece to match each plate. Very cottage chic!
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