EIGHTEEN LENOX GOLD AND IVORY GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLACE PLATES
Please refer to introductory note prior to lot 313.
EIGHTEEN LENOX GOLD AND IVORY GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLACE PLATES

DATED 1931, GOLD PRINTED FACTORY MARKS, PATTERN NO. 1326/F.330A., SIGNED W.(ILLIAM) H. MORLEY

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EIGHTEEN LENOX GOLD AND IVORY GROUND TOPOGRAPHICAL PLACE PLATES
Dated 1931, gold printed factory marks, pattern no. 1326/F.330A., signed W.(illiam) H. Morley
Each finely painted with a variant European garden named on the underside, the cavetto edged with a narrow acid-etched gilt band of arrowheads, the wide border gilt and acid-etched with concentric bands of similar decoration, the footrim gilt
11 3/8in. (28.9cm.) diam. (18)
Provenance
Mrs. Scamell, Trenton, NJ (special commission)
Literature
"William Morley of Lenox, Inc.", Fortune Magazine, 1939, p. 124

Lot Essay

The present set of plates, based on photographs and notes provided to William Morley by Mrs. Scammell, are likely unique.
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