Theodore Haviland's Schleiger #161e pattern is an all time favorite and highly collectible. It can be confusing because the design was used on different blanks. This one is the most desirable. It was produced on blank #304 with double gold trim. It is also referred to as the Romeo Blank. The design features pink roses and blue bows. It is marked on the bottom as shown with the circa 1903 underlined "Theodore". The luncheon plate is 9 1/2" in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no cracks, chips, flea bites, or repairs. The outer gold trim on this blank is daubed and not uniform by design. It is not wear. It was used sparingly if at all. The price is for one and you can buy up to the number remaining. We are offering free shipping for our US customers. Costs for others will vary by location. We also have other pieces of this pattern in our shop. This truly is a hard to find pattern. We could not locate any pieces available online right now. Please e-mail is if you have any additional question about this or other Haviland patterns. We have been matching tableware for 30 years and pride ourselves on our customer service. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.
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