A large, vintage, porcelain china serving platter from Bavaria, Germany adorned with a Bird of Paradise surrounded by flowers in the middle, while more flowers grace the rim. It was created by the Eduard Haberlander Porcelain Factory between 1913 and 1928 and has survived the years without chips, cracks or repairs, just some wear to the Bird transfer in the middle and to one flower on the side (see pics). As mentioned it is large; measuring 14 inches in length, 11 1/8 inches in width, 1.5 inches in height and is heavier and stouter than its contemporary cousins. You'll find it marked with the company's logo on the bottom and ready to get your party started. Be sure to search our shop for matching pieces including a smaller platter.