- MSRP: $118.95
- Brand: Incised Z mark
- Size: 10 1/2" diameter
- Color: Animals
- Style: For your cabin decor!
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: The plates have no cracks or chips. There is even crazing and there are places where the glaze is thicker than in others.
- Type: vintage art pottery
- Primary Material: pottery
- Age: 1920s-1950s
- Region of Origin: ?
Here is this set of 3 vintage 10 1/2″ plates. These plates were made to hang on a wall. These are hand painted and are incised on their backs “Z” under an umlaut, inside a square. Each also is incised with the number “265”. I acquired these from a cabin in our area and these may be Czech, as much of the other stuff that I acquired from there was that as well.
Each plate is finely hand painted with a turkey in a tree, a running rabbit surrounded with a swag of spruce, and a mallard taking off surrounded by a swag of oak and acorns.
The plates have no cracks or chips. There is even crazing and there are places where the glaze is thicker than in others.
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On Jul-03-15 at 14:05:18 PDT, seller added the following information:
On Jul-03-15 at 14:06:15 PDT, seller added the following information:
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