This plate would be a very nice addition to any plate collection.Here we have a very nice plate made by Shancock & Sons, from Stoke on Trent of England.
This is a German plate, which is marked by the letters RZB, and the name K&M Mostny, which I assume to be the company that made it.
The outer rim is covered with 22 Karat Gold and the plate itself is 7 3/4" in diameter and is in mint condition with no wear, cracks, or chips on it at all.
Each plate is numbered, in it's original box, with it's certificate, and in mint condition, and measures 7 5/8" in diameter.
The colors on each plate are very brilliant, and stand out quite well, to catch ones eye.
This original, and first set of five French Doll plates, are limited to 5000 each.
The plates are 8 1/2" in diameter with a gold border and individually numbered, with the history of each plate on the back.
Limited, numbered plates that show the scenes from the different holidays.
All plates are in excellent condition, except for the Thanksgiving plate, which has a small chip and a crack on the top. This is an excellent set of plates to add to any collection.
Here we have a Solid Sterling Silver, Mother's Day Plate, produced by the Franklin Mint, in 1973, and illustrated by Irene Spencer. The main color of both items is a very light greenish, enhanced by the blue, pink, and yellow floral arrangements on both teacup and saucer.
The brims are both lined worth a satin gold finish,, as will as the handle.
They are, 1972, Boston Tea Party, 1973, The Ride of Paul Revere, 1974, Incident at Concord Bridge, 1975, Signing of the Declaration of Independence, and 1976, Washington Crossing the Delaware. Saucer is 5 1/2" diameter, and bowls are 5 1/8" from handle tip to handle tip. The greenish color of the saucer is highlighted by the decorative, punctured rim.