Royal Vienna Style Hutschenreuther Portrait Plate 19th Century Bindenschild Beehive Mark German Bavarian Porcelain

A fabulous Royal Vienna style portrait plate executed by the Hutschenreuther factory in the late 19th century shows a lovely beauty, possibly a rendition of Graciella after Sichel. The transfer decorated plate is further detailed with hand painted accents and depicts the beautiful woman in the center dressed in a white flowing top with a maroon red cloak, she has dark hair piled high with curls and roses woven throughout. The plate border is also executed in a maroon red tone with gold gilt highlights. 


Measures 9 1/2" diam

Condition: Overall Excellent, No Chips, Cracks, or Repairs, a very slight rub to the gold just above her head area, and some wear to the gold along the edge rim area.

Back Stamp: blue underglaze Bindenschild Beehive mark with lines, also numbered in gold 907. This beehive mark was used by C.M. Hutschenreuther of Bavaria German from 1870 to 1890s

Circa 1880


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