Tin-glazed earthenware plate (Delft type). Decoration in blue on white, featuring a vase of peacock feathers surrounded by a wide border of stylized motifs drawn from the appearance of peacock feathers. Golden yellow color on edge. Mark on reverse resembles a triangle and line. There is a hole in the foot rim to allow for hanging (appears to be original to the piece). Probably made in the Netherlands. Diameter is 12.250 inches.
(Keywords: Dutch, European)
|Acquisition||Gift of Helen W. Bolton|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Food Service T&E|
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