This is a gorgeous and small Etruscan Majolica plate , from Griffin, Smith and Hill of Phoenixville, PA. The round plate is marked with the ceramic stamp of the maker on the base. The plate measures 6 inches in diameter, and approximately 1 inch in height. It has a lovely rounded edge that resembles a seaweed leaf and mimics a shell design painted with glazes on the surface. The plate is in superb condition, with only two small chips on bottom where the glaze came off in the firing process, due to the glaze stilt. This does not deter from the beauty of this piece; in fact, its colors are really saturates and the organic designs on this plate are truly one of a kind. This plate would make a lovely decorative piece in the home. It dates to the 1880's and is a fine example of Victorian pottery. Very good condition.