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Plate

Made by: Siemens & Halske

Currently in storage


About this object

The plate is decorated with a hand-colored transfer print showing a peasant family in the pasture. In the foreground a young woman seated on the ground is playing with a reclining young boy and an infant. In the background a pair of horses is tied to a wagon and to the right of them is a seated peasant. Intricate border around the rim includes ornamental details reminiscent of the carved details of Russian vernacular architecture. Stretched between suspended carved elements are five white embroidered towels each inscribed with a word in Cyrillic which as a whole reads" Bread - salt eat and speak the truth" (traditional Russian proverb)

Category:
CERAMICS, RUSSIAN
Object name:
Plate
Made from:
Faience
Made in:
RUSSIA: Gorodok, Novgorod province
Date made:
1860-1880
Size:
overall __ __ __1.00 IN __8.75 IN
overall __ __ __2.54 CM __22.22 CM

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
25.563
Signature marks:
inscription __Khleb sol' esch pravdu rezh __ __In Cyrillic; translated: Bread and salt eat and speak the truth (traditional Russian proverb). ||mark __S H __on bottom __blue overglaze mark showing letters S &H in Latin script in a shield enclosed in a double circle
Credit line:
Gift of Michael D. Kaydouh, 2003