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PLATE FROM THE OLD NEW YORK PLATES, ONE OF TWO

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PLATE FROM THE OLD NEW YORK PLATES, ONE OF TWO

Made by: Minga F. Patchiw

On view in: Kitchen


About this object

A dinner plate with a white ground. Around the edge is a gold band and within the outer edge is a series of five pointed stars. In the center is a picture of Government House 1790. This is surrounded by a gold edge. The government house is in the center. It has high columns in the front. It sits on a corner with a street on each side. There are people walking and on carriages around the house.

Category:
ceramics
Object name:
PLATE FROM THE OLD NEW YORK PLATES, ONE OF TWO
Made from:
Porcelain
Made in:
Trenton, USA
Date made:
1933
Size:
26.2 cm (10 5/16 in.)

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
26.184.2
Class:
CERAMICS
Signature marks:
MARK on back: L in a wreath, LENOX, THE OLD NEW YORK PLATES PAINTED BY MINGA F. PATCHIW 1933 From old drawings of the period. Limited Edition; Series No. 1 Copyright
Credit line:
Gift of Mrs. Augustus Riggs, 1975