Posted 1 month ago
This was one of my finds at the Flea Market today Saturday 07/12/2019. I'm not sure how old, or where it was made. It's a Blue & White porcelain Art Deco design 11 1/2" x 6 7/8" beveled edge Tile locked into a tenon joined and doweled Wood frame, with a handle on the top Cheese Cutting/Serving Board/Wall Hanging, total size 9"wide x 15 1/2"long x 3/4"thick, it's marked on the back right of center with a Blue under glaze diagonal ink stamp [ Dec. 15'16 ] and a green H under glaze in the center and above, it looks like something had been tacked with 4 tacks to it, and removed, just under the handle grip. It might be French, or Delft Holland, but not marked. I cleaned it up, because the wood was stained with dirt, and rust, at the Handle where it had been hung by a wire or nail.
The Dec. 15'16, may be December 15, 1916, just a guess. It might be Dec. 1576
The 4 tacks may have held a metal store tag, presentation tag, that the owner remove because it was scratching a surface, again a guess! :^D
Thank you for looking, all comments are welcome, and information on this, is appreciated