The Arts and Crafts Movement flourished from 1860 to the 1910s as a quest for authentic design and traditional craftsmanship. Reacting to the styles that had developed out of machine-production, artists like Otto Heintz would develop one of the most excellent examples of the movement's aesthetic.
Easterbelle's is proud to offer an assortment of several beautiful Heintz pieces, any of which would be an excellent example of the era's aesthetic, as well as providing sleek and subtle glamour to anyone's personal collection.
Here we are offering a beautiful Heintz plate, the design of which was patented in 1912. The dish features an exquisite pattern of sterling silver pine needles on a bronze background.
The reverse side of the piece exhibits the mold model number "525", the traditional Heintz logo, the words "sterling on bronze" and the date indicator which reads "PAT.AUG.27,12". This extraordinary item is sure to be the jewel of your collection.
The piece measures 6 ¾" in diameter by ¾" high and exhibits minor wear with no dents, no loss of sterling, and no deep scratches. It would make an astounding addition to any home.