This is an antique porcelain charger cabinet plate with a transfer decoration of pink roses on a green wash background. It also has a band of gold trim around the rim. The transfer decoration has an error, a spot on a rose where the white plate shows through. The backstamp is a green shield that reads Weimar Germany. This mark uses the shield of the Weimar Dukes and was first used in 1905. The company that used the Weimar mark in the early 1900s was Dux Porzellanmanufaktur, that same company is known today as Weimar Porzellan G.m.b.H. The plate is signed or marked Arnold as part of the transfer decoration. There are no chips or cracks.
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