HUGE 18.5″ Theodore Haviland “Ganga” Limoges Chop Plate/Serving Tray porcelain Wright Tyndale & Van Roden, Philadelphia. – France
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Huge and gorgeous large meat/serving platter or chop plate by Theodore Haviland in their “Ganga” pattern featuring a basket of flowers on a white background and trimmed in gold with two liquid reservoirs. Possibly peonies, daffodils and cherry blossoms. This piece dates from early in the 1920s and was made for sale at Wright Tyndale & Van Roden which was a very high end jewelry store which specialized in selling porcelain approximately 1880 until 1930 in Philadelphia, PA. It is so rare that replacements doesn’t even have it listed. This is a heavy sturdy piece, the platter weighs 6 lbs., definitely big enough for your thanksgiving turkey. Please see my listings, I have other pieces, including a smaller platter, from this set available. The photo with the two platters shows this one in comparison to the smaller 12″ platter.
Size: 18.5″l x 14.5″w x 2″h
Condition*: Excellent, no chips, staining or cracks. Almost no utensil scratches. The gold trim on the rim has some wear. There are a few spots on the surface which appear to be popped air bubbles from manufacturing.
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