Beautiful Rosenthal Porcelain Charger Versace Medusa Red Design Red, Black and Gold Colors
Description: A beautiful vintage colorful porcelain 12" charger made in Germany by the Rosenthal company. The 12" plate has the classy Versace design known as the Medusa Red. The platter or charger is red in color with opulent gold and black design all along the rim and in the center. This beautiful and lavishly decorated piece is a must have for everyone in love with opulent design. The design of this piece is inspired by the House of Versace's instantly recognizable Medusa logo. The piece has two holes on the foot to allow you to thread a wire through it and hang the piece on your wall. A great decorative platter for your home or to add to your collection. Please carefully review the photos as they are part and parcel of our description.
Origin: Purchased at an estate Auction in Southern New Jersey. The charger was made in Germany.
Size: The platter measures ~12" in diameter and is ~1" in height. The Charger weighs about 2 pounds.
Marks: Marked in the center of the bottom with a black circle having gold lettering surrounding Medusa's head saying "Rosenthal Germany Versace Medusa".
Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: A nice well decorated porcelain charger in very good condition to decorate your home or add to your collection.
Condition: The charger is in very good condition. The platter has no chips, cracks, repairs, or crazing. Careful examination of the plate reveals the plate has no scratches or utensil marks. The colors are fresh, bright, and vivid. A great piece to add to your collection. Please see photos for additional condition information. Note, the stand in the photo is not part of the sale and is used to photograph the item.
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