Shown here is an antique plate of the Library of Congress. This plate was produced in the early 1900s by Wedgwood, a fine china, porcelain and luxury furnishing company originally founded by Josiah Wedgwood. The company, founded in May of 1759, continued to produce exquisite pottery and household wears even after Wedgwood's death in 1795. This plate features an elaborate rendering of the Library of Congress, with decorative flowers along the border.
The plate is in overall very good condition considering age and use. There are no significant chips or cracks visible.