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Dinner plate with floral decoration / American

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The dinner plate is made of cream colored earthenware with a transparent glaze that has a small interval craquelure. A Floral band, approximately .25 inch wide, decorates the outer edge of the plate and is composed of black, green, pink, yellow and gold over glaze enamels, possibly a transfer print. The plate has been used as a palette and has a thick accretions of dried white paint and thin areas of several other colors: blue, red, yellow, dark green, red brown, and dark brown.

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Title(s): 
Dinner plate with floral decoration
Culture: 
American
Date: 
early 20th century to 1926
Materials/Techniques: 
porcelain, paint
Dimensions: 
Overall: 9 7/16 × 13/16 in. (24 × 2 cm)
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Credit Line: 
Gilcrease Museum/The University of Tulsa
Accession No: 
TU2009.39.56
Previous Number(s): 
TL2009.51.56
Department: 
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