This Meissen pattern dinner plate was produced by the Charles Field Haviland Company in cooperation with the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is a reproduction of a piece of antique porcelain in the museum's collection. It is appropriately marked on the reverse with both the C.F. Haviland factory mark and the MMA logo and description. This version of the pattern has an inner red line. It is 10" in diameter. Note there is a larger size plate so please check your for an exact match. The plate is in unused condition and has no cracks, chips, repairs, or trim wear. It was displayed and never used. We are offering free shipping on this item for our U.S. clients. Shipping for others will vary by location. We have been in business for 30 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. We have more place pieces available from this same unused service. Please e-mail us if you have any questions.