An elegant decorative plate which reproduces a romantic scene set in the roaring '20s by American artist Norman Rockwell.
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Subdued hues of brown, red, and black are complemented by copper colored art deco edging and gold rim.
Made in the USA in 1983 by Edwin M Knowles of Newell, West Virginia. Plate is numbered 19866F "in the only limited edition of 'Flirting in the Parlor' ... eighth issue in the Rockwell's Rediscovered Women Collection.
"Made in an edition strictly limited to one hundred fifty firing days, and certified as a 'true Rockwell classic' by the Rockwell Society of America."
Bradex Number: 84-R70 4.8. Also on the back is an official red stamp of the Rockwell Society of America.
8 1/2 inches in diameter.
In excellent condition - no chips, cracks, crazing, or noticeable scratches. One tiny (1/8") light scratch appears on the mottled wall behind the sofa, but only if you tip the plate to catch the light just so.