In our humble estimation, Pickard China porcelain from its early years was the Tiffany of table china. Its enameling and gilding aesthetic in the years from 1898 to about 1930 had no peer. This console bowl is testimony to that opinion as it blossoms with natural beauty from its hand painted flowers which circumscribe the interior rim in a tasteful lush gold band. The exterior features a gradient band of heavenly peach blow colors with another bouquet painted on the outside to match a corresponding one in the interior. The primary ground is soft yellow.
The condition of the bowl is impeccable even though it is over a century old. The back stamp is Mark 2 used from 1898-1903
Dimension: 9 3/4" d