A Victorian porcelain plate that features unusual brown and green roses. The green and brown coloring is offset by pale pink hues. The roses have hand painted white enameling on the leaves and the filigree pattern is known as A. We find brown highlighting on the outer rim and a satin finish glaze that completes the decoration.
Hallmarked with the stylized HO telling us that this was made by the Hermann Ohme factory. This is from their Old Ivory number 7 line which tells us that it is c. 1892-1912.
Measuring 9 1/2 inches in diameter we find absolutely no damage and just slight wear to the filigree. A lovely representation of the collectible Old Ivory line of china.