The world famous Mottahedeh China factory produced two patterns that carefully reproduced the historic Meissen "Swan Service" designed by Johann Kaendler in 1737. The central design motif of the Meissen pattern is flowing water symbolizing the eternal course of life with the dominant image of the swan floating amidst reeds, herons and fish. Mottahedeh's "Salmon Swan" pattern faithfully reproduces this famous design but adds a modern twist with a salmon colored border with gold trim. This is an exquisite embossed pattern that is discontinued and hard to find. The center of the plate is embossed white china the edge has shades or salmon swirls. This dinner plate is 10 5/8" in diameter and in excellent condition with no cracks, chips, or crazing. It was used minimally if at all. It is marked on the reverse as shown. The price is for one but we have up to 10 available as well as other place pieces listed separately in our shop right now. We will combine postage and would be happy to answer any questions. This is a unique world-class pattern.