Westmoreland created most of these milk glass plates between 1900 and 1909, made before they used a stamp mark. This is one of my favorites as I love cats! The cats and open looped edges are hand painted in a rich gold. Considering the age of this little pin tray, wall plaque or plate the paint is in very good vintage condition even tho worn. These were sometimes given as advertising premiums by stores or special events or sometimes just a scene would be painted below the kittens. This one has had something at one time as you can see sparse faint remains of green paint. This darling plate is Approx. 7" across. It would look lovely hung on the wall, with a ribbon worked through the plate, on a vanity as a pin tray, or occasional table with mints. No chips or cracks, lovely condition. Such a sweet piece ready to find a new home. Thank you for looking!