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2014.034.002   | Augusta Museum of History

DeLaigle China

Artist/Creator

Mintons

Date

1908

Description

Circular white bone china dinner plate with 1/2 inch gold trim surrounding all edges. Inner 1mm floral gold trim. Between outer and inner rim are the owner's monogram "LdelAR". The owner of this set was Louise DeLaigle (de l'Aigle) Seyd Reese. She was a prominent Augustan who donated money for the creation of the sexton's lodge at Magnolia Cemetery.

On reverse of plate is a purple ink logo for Mintons / Tiffany&Co / New York / Made in England. Off to the side of the globe logo is an impressed mark with "Mintons" and the number 8 encircled, an equilateral cross, and the letter "F". Above logo handwritten in red ink is written the following "H 1032 / 3".

This plate is part of a larger donation of six more Tiffany/Mintons dinner plates and a hand-painted Haviland & Co. (Limoge) saucer.

Credit Line

Donated in memory of Ruth Elizabeth DeLaigle Dyal Cloninger by Annette Dyal Sale Owens and Susan Elizabeth Cosby Waitley.

Location

Storage

Object ID

2014.034.002

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