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Plate is set in a Foreman Bros brass or copper chromium plate frame and is about 12" in diameter.

Would love to know the plate pattern name or number. Or, at least a time frame for when this Art Deco like art work and luster finish was popular.

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I believe it was made in November, 1928, according to date codes I found online, but I did not find the pattern name. The link for the date codes is below.

https://www.restaurantwarecollectors.com/forums/misc.php?do=page&am...

Very Cool Plate Debra! It's possible that your's was a "Special Edition" most US makers did this sort of thing. Either for special orders, for a client, a business or for a "show" or Worlds fair, or other display opportunity. 

The one thing that came to mind when I saw your awesome plate is that the World renown artist of Art Deco designs, Vicktor Schreckengost, I believe did do a number of items for Homer laughlin.  You would be very lucky to have anything by him! Here is info if your not familiar with him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Schreckengost

The other thing you might do is contact the Homer Laughlin.com. The Hall and HL companies I think are now combined. Fiestaware is still being made here in USA. So you could contact them, and send photos and maybe someone would know or refer you to someone that could help you.

http://www.hlcdinnerware.com/home

Good Luck!

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At "6:00" inside the purple form there appears to be a name (signature); it also has flashback. Can't tell if it's something, or not. You can Zoom on the linked picture but not on mine.  Turn off your flash and use daylight or OH lighting.

At www.replacements.com you can post your plate pics and they will ID it for free. They may also buy it to resell it too.

Thanks Charlotte, for the date code info. Valuable information.

Thanks Vicki for your info, esp. the link to Schrechengost, not sure if this is his design but really enjoyed researching his art. Just love that Art Deco Industrial design.

Thanks Tom for your suggestion to send a pic to Replacements, I now have a name for the pattern.

For those who might be interested this is the info that was sent.


According to The Collector's Encyclopedia of Hall China, Third Edition by Margaret & Kenn Whitmyer pg 323:
Forman Family Products used this decoration with chrome accessories for the Hall China Company. This was a piece made for Homer Laughlin or commissioned by a third party. Or simply experimental. No further information available

PATTERN 1, IMAGE 1 + 2
Unfortunately, we could not identify your pattern. However, we have included a link to a similar pattern.

http://www.replacements.com/webquote/hllchry.htm?rplSrc=RSCH&rp...

Manufacturer: HallPattern Name: ChryslerPattern Code: HLLCHRYAdditional Comments: Forman Family Products used this decoration with chrome accessories for the Hall China Company. This was a piece made for Homer Laughlin or by a third party. Or simply experimental. No further information available

Hey Debra

Well with that information it is easier to find others online with the Chrysler pattern.

Congrats for finding what you need.

Art Deco Hall China CHRYSLER pattern Pie Dinner Plate

Hall Forman Dodecagon Chrysler Deco Teapot Tea Pot

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