This lovely Wedgwood semi-porcelain luncheon plate in the Raleigh Green pattern is enhanced with an illustration of a dragonfly copied from a 19th-century natural history book.
We adore how the scientific illustration contrasts with the flowery china pattern to create an eccentric cabinet of curiosities vibe.
Our founder, Susan Davis, is a dedicated collector of all things old, beautiful and interesting.
While button hunting, she often finds other collectibles she cannot bear to leave behind. This is how she came to own a substantial collection of colorful antique and vintage china plates.
The plates accumulated in our Louisiana design studio for many years, until Susan discovered a process for transferring images onto china that sparked her latest product design inspiration.
Your plate will be one of only three in the world.
In this piece:
- The plate was made circa 1891-1920
- Transfers are high-quality and long-lasting
- Plates are for decorative purposes only
- Not dishwasher safe
- Not food safe
- The plate is 9” in diameter
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