This is a rare and unusual Italian tin glazed faience plate. I believe it to be 18th Century. It has no marks, only the word Milano and a tiny red squiggle. It is hand painted in a very unusual way -- the artwork covers the whole plate, even the rim. It is almost Japanese in appearance since it covers the whole plate. The white glaze is bright and so are the colors. There were many potteries working in Milano at this time. It is in mint condition except for two tiny chips on the rim and no knife marks. It has obviously never been used. It measures 9-3/8" on diameter.
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