One of President Benjamin Harrison's beautiful official White House china plates by Tressemanes and Vogt of Limoges, France. The breakfast or luncheon plate measures 8.5″ in diameter, features a beautifully-colored stylized US coat of arms (eagle and shield) in the center, and the gilt outlines of goldenrod and corn husks on the black border. The eagle is encircled by 44 gilt stars, representing the states of the union. Reverse is marked, "T. V. France, Decore pour M. W. Beveridge. Washington, D C., Harrison 1892." In fine condition.
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