This is a vintage pottery cake plate in white with a pretty floral transfer of roses, tulips, and other flowers in pink, blue, yellow, and green. It is 10 3/4" wide. There are utensil marks and some specks of missing glaze, like it is slightly pitted. The mark on the back has the letter K surrounded by tiny dots over a ribbon that reads Japan, inside of a leaf. The K probably stands for Kyoto. This mark was used in the 1920s-40s. The cake plate has no chips or cracks.
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