A GROUP OF THREE CONTINENTAL "ROYAL VIENNA" STYLE TRANSFER PRINTED PORCELAIN PLATES, CIRCA 1900-1920, comprising a tooled gilt rimmed plate with transfer printed decoration of Agamemnon's sacrifice of his daughter Iphigenia, on a porcelain blank produced by the Graflich Thun'sche Porzellanfabrik in Klosterle, Bohemia, decorated and imported the the United States by Bawo & Dotter of New York City, marked on the back in gilt "The Sacrifice of Iphegenio (sic)," with green transfer printed marks for Bawo & Dotter and impressed mark for Graflich Thun'sche, diameter: 9 1/2"; a tooled "jeweled" gilt and pink rimmed plate with transfer printed decoration of a gowned maiden seated on a low wall flanked by winged cupids, marked on the back "Schmederling (sic)" or "Butterfly," signed in the plate "Wagner," with blue bildenshield mark, diameter: 9 1/2"; and tooled gilt with mauve, crimson, pink, and light blue enameled rimmed plate with transfer printed decoration of two classically draped women with a marble bench in the background, with doves and a peacock on a stand, at the front a discarded tambourine, signed in the plate "Wagner," marked on the back "Toechter der Terpsichore, depose" with blue bildenshield mark, diameter: 9 1/2", :
All in good condition with no evidence of nicks, chips, or cracks to the porcelain, minor rubbing of gilt decoration, minor surface rubbing to the front of the "Sacrifice of Iphigenia" example.
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