“Annemarie Davidson” Sea Ghostline Dish
Annemarie Davidson is a contemporary enamel artist known for her colorful and unique designs on enamel plates. Her plates are typically made of high-quality metal, such as steel, iron or copper that have been coated with enamel to provide a smooth and glossy finish.
This decorative plate has a strong cobalt blue tone with hints of copper metals featuring a beautiful watercolor-inspired design. Amongst the background is a combination of enamel paint and hand-drawn details. The Ghostline design features intricate and abstract patterns, typical of the Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern styles of the 1950s.
The plate is marked on the bottom with Davidson's signature AD mark within the enamel, as well as sticker. (1950-1960s)
Diameter: 6 inches