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    Posted 7 years ago

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    It's about 31-32 cm diameter plate. This plate goes in your family for a few generations. I have no idea how we got it. I'd like to know age and price.
    Thank you in advance.

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    1. vondrys, 7 years ago
      Btw. it isn't cracked, there is just a fishing line and metal wire to hold the plate on a wall.
    2. Gillian, 7 years ago
      Sorry, there are no appraisers at CW.
    3. Gillian, 7 years ago
      It is a gorgeous plate that's been MacGyvered. I have no wish to offend, but it looks perhaps like a home-made plate holder, and I think there is a crack. In the last photo if you look at the bottom to the right of the left-hand (sorry), piece of wire there is a hairline crack.
      I don't think this lovely piece is being well-served using fishing line to keep it anchored to a home-made holder . If indeed there is an hairline crack, I don't think the piece would suffer by being in a real plate holder that sits on a cabinet, bookcase etc. instead of being on the wall, so the pattern could be seen and admired.
      I'm so sorry for the length of the reply. Blame it on the fishing line - it's making me crazy!!

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