What I love about Thursday's Show and Tell, is the opportunity for me to share some of the items I have collected over the years.
I don't recall ever paying very much for my finds. After all, for me, that is part of the fun.....something so beautiful for a bargain.
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In this photo you see a green leaf with a "shadow" of a leaf painted just below it.
This porcelain was first produced by Reinhold Schlegelmilch. The factory became more successful from the work of his son. Some of the history I read was a little confusing. I have also collected some other items marked with "RS Tillowitz" and "RS Prussia".
Zooming in, you can see the careful detail in each flower.
I'm thinking this close-up would be lovely framed, and hanging on a bedroom wall.
Last March, I wrote a post (click HERE) showing this plate from RS Germany.
It is equally as beautiful.....
Beautiful porcelain and stunning photos, Meggie. So pleased it is appreciated and enjoyed.ReplyDelete
Magnificent hand painted plates Meggie.. Both close ups , would make a great picture.. black and white in big frames..ReplyDelete
I love porcelain.
Thank you for sharing these lovely plates ..
Gorgeous plates and I definitely think you should frame some pictures of them..ReplyDelete
Its beautiful.....lovely show and tell, HeidiReplyDelete
I love your porcelain Show & Tell. Beautiful work and the artistry to create such pieces. Thank you for sharing, XOXOReplyDelete
You have given me a new appreciation for fine porcelain!ReplyDelete
Such delicate beauty.ReplyDelete