In like new condition, we have a highly decorated dinner plate from the Hotel Bond of Hartford, Connecticut. Measuring 10 3/16' diameter; the finish is still shiny with almost no utensil wear. The muted, colorful decorations have 4 different scenes of Victorian style nobility with a drape design between. The center is the Hotel Bond logo. Hotel Bond is a historic hotel, built in two stages in 1913 and 1921, in downtown Hartford, Connecticut by hotelier Harry S. Bond. Opened in 1913 it still stands in the historic city. It is located near Bushnell Park, and was considered the grandest hotel in Hartford during its heyday.
The plate is back stamped in green: O.P. Co.; Syracuse China; Hotel Bond; Hartford Conn.; Jones, McDuffee & Stratton Co.