TWELVE LENOX GOLD-GROUND MONOGRAMED PLACE PLATES
TWELVE LENOX GOLD-GROUND MONOGRAMED PLACE PLATES

CIRCA 1908, GREEN PRINTED MARK, MOST IMPRESSED LENOX 00, SIGNED W.(ILLIAM) H. MORLEY

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TWELVE LENOX GOLD-GROUND MONOGRAMED PLACE PLATES
Circa 1908, green printed mark, most impressed LENOX 00, signed W.(illiam) H. Morley
Each finely painted with specimen roses, the gilt border acid-etched with trailing roses and the script monogram CGR
10 3/8in. (26.4cm.) diam. (12)
Provenance
Charles G. Roebling, Trenton, NJ (special commission)

Lot Essay

Although not named on the reverse, the present set of plates are obviously painted with specimen roses, very likely those grown by Charles G. Roebling at his estate outside of Trenton.
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