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Attributed to Germany, early 19th century, a four color decorated plate, uncommon large size painted brown with slim red and white rim bands over tulip and foliate decoration, the center has remnants of the green and white coloring of a flowering tulip plant (2 x 12 1/2 in.); a bowl with yellow slip decoration in the form of a band on the cavetto and wavy line on the rim (3 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.). Both not signed.Private Collection, Concord, North Carolina
This plate is pictured in "The Moravian Potters in North Carolina" by John Bivens p.219.
Plate: Flaking to decoration; restoration of rim section with staple repair and repaint of one foliate element. Bowl with glaze erosion to the rim and interior.