Collector Plates and Plate Stands
Gifts of Fine Art
Over three decades ago Mom opened The Plate Lady in Livonia, Michigan. The quality and variety of collectible art sold in her gift shop attracted buyers through the US.
Discounted collector plates are in mint condition,
in their original boxes from Mom's extensive collection. These plates continue to offer collectors fine art,
limited editions and retired, at very affordable prices.
The first collector plate "Behind the Frozen Window" was issued in 1895 by Bing and Grondahl in Denmark. The popularity of collecting plates increased in the 1950s when collectors showed interest in blue and white plates.
As the collectible market increased, more companies produced limited editions and the demand for vintage plates rocketed. The secondary market increased as more people searched for specific plates for their collections.
These distinctive collectible porcelain plates are listed alphabetically by the artist's last name.
Themes: Biblical, Mothers & Children & Harmony of the Arts
Edna Hibel's specialty is her use of stunning swirling colors, wispy brushstrokes and light in creating her portraits.
Themes: Children, Nature and Wonderment
Theme: Conservation, Wilderness and Wildlife
Theme: Biblical Mothers and their Children
Theme: Native Americans
Theme: Asian Art - Children in traditional dress
Themes: Children and Mothers and Children
Theme: Equine Art for Collectors
Theater, Ballet, Movies and Television
Themes: Theater, Ballet, Movies & TV Programing
Collector Plate Stands
A variety of collector plate stands are available.