Porcelain plate with a wavy edge decorated with brown paint. The main rim of the plate is decorated with a heraldic shield depicting an eagle sitting on the ground and above a radiant sun with a smiling face. Reverse marked with a crown, dagger, four moons (Herb Druck), initials D L and "Cmielow".
Plate produced by the Polish porcelain factory owned by the Dukes Durcy-Lubeccy, in Ćmielów from 1888-1920. The coat of arms on the plate was not deciphered, probably a masonic organization. Interesting early plate produced by Ćmielów. Diameter 24 cm, condition as in the pictures, no cracks or bruises. Visible signs of use in the form of numerous scratches.