|Object ID #||1988.025.013|
|Object Name||Plate, Cake|
|Title||Bavarian China Plate|
|Lexicon category||4: T&E For Materials|
|Place of Origin||Bavaria|
|Description||One plate, for dessert. It is very decorative. It's background colour goes from light to dark green and is painted with pink and yellow flowers. The back of the plate is marked with a green-coloured transfer-printed mark of a crown, a shield with vertical stripes an a diagonal banner with three stars."BAVARIA." is below, and the letters "P." and "T." flank the shield.|
|Makers mark||Green-coloured transfer-printed mark of a crown, a shield with vertical stripes an a diagonal banner with three stars."BAVARIA." is below (in a curved line), and the letters "P." and "T." flank the shield.|
Likely belonged to William and Esther Wiley who lived on a farm in the Harkaway district of Grey County.
They had two daughters who attended Harkaway School in the 1910s - Velma and Margaret Wiley.
Last belonged to Velma Wiley, who later moved to Markdale, Grey County. She died there on January 11, 1989.
|Collection||Food Service Tools & Equipment|
|Found||Markdale, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Grey County|
Wiley, Velma W.