This is a Haviland and Company porcelain dinner plate from the Fleurs et Rubans service designed by Felix Bracquemond, circa 1883. It shows Bracquemond's transition from Japonisme to Art Nouveau imagry.The design is on the cream colored Vermicelli blank designed by Albert Dammouse. The design shows pink morning glories, surrounded by an undulating gray ribbon, all in raised high fired enamel colors. The design is signed “B” in the transfer. The plate diameter is 9 ½” (24 cm). The plate is back marked “H&Co/L” in green and “Haviland & Co Limoges” inside a double black circle. The plate is in very good condition. There are no chips, cracks, or repairs. There is a manufacturing flaw, a pin head size brown spot near one of the smaller leaves
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