Uncommon Schumann China plate done in a deep cobalt blue with a center transfer print. The scene is one of two young quails and native grasses.
The mark used on this plate began in 1918 according to 'Pictorial Guide to Pottery & Porcelain Marks' by Chad Lage, copyright 2004. It is also noted on the Porcelain Marks & More website that it was used in the 1960s although in blue. The green was used for the Forget me Not series also in the 60s. I personally think the look and feel and looking at their other china from the 60s that this period is older but I want to give all the information that I have and let you make up your own mind.
I would consider this plate rare for even a search of the internet does not turn one up.
ITEM: Plate / Platter
MATERIAL: China. Gold Leaf. Transfer Print
MARKS: Bavaria, the Schumann crown and lion mark, Schumann, Azberg, Germany. It also includes the number 18.
SIZE: 11 3/4"
CONDITION: Excellent. No chips, cracks, or repairs. No visible knife marks to face.
Early 1900s Schumann China Plate, Arzberg Germany, Royal Cobalt Blue With Gold Leaf, Quail Birds, Scenic Print, Transfer Print
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