These wall plates were made by the Erdmann Schlegelmilch porcelain factory established in Suhl, Thuringia by Leonard Schlegelmilch in 1861 and named after his father. The factory was successful for many years before World War I, but economic circumstances forced it to close in 1937. The manufacturer’s mark on these plates was used from 1920.
The central decoration is a transfer or a sticker, some wear is to be reported on this area in the form of small scratches. The edges appear to be hand painted. There is a small scratch on the bottom edge of a plate. Please review all photos carefully and contact me if you have any questions.
The delivery fee for France only applies to the mainland, please contact me if you live in any overseas territory.
If you want to buy more than one item, I will always try to combine postage and will reserve the items for you while you wait for the quote.
Please note that I prefer to use good, clean recycled packaging whenever possible rather than place new materials onto the market. It makes good environmental and economic sense for us all but please be assurred that your parcel is always securely packed for its journey.
Finally, may I please remind you that prices do not include any import duties or other taxes associated with delivery. Any charges of this type are the responsibility of the buyer.