This stunning Haviland dinner plate was produced on the Marseille Blank 9 with gold trim 422. It does not have a pattern name or Schleiger number but has been assigned the number H3093 by one Haviland reference book. It has been referred to as Dammouse for the famous Haviland artist, Albert-Louise Dammouse who designed the floral sprays decorating pieces in the service. It is a multi motif pattern with different floral sprays used throughout the service. It has a definite Art Nouveau aesthetic. The gold floral sprays are burnished and have green accents on the petals and burnt orange centers. The effect is stunning. This is museum quality china. The pattern is highly sought after and hard to find. The dinner plate is 9 5/8" in diameter and in excellent condition with no cracks, chips, crazing, or repairs. It looks unused. The price is for one and you can buy up to the number remaining. Each plate has a different floral Spray. The mark indicates that this bowl dates from 1888-1896. Note this is not the Haviland Dammouse pattern that has been in recent production. Please email us if you have any questions. We have other pieces of this pattern available.
Exceptional Haviland Cobalt, Gold, Dammouse Floral Dinner Plate
$225 ea.Quantity available: 2
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