Set of 12 porcelain plates - Arthur Singer - Songbirds of the world - Wedgwood 10¾"

SKU: 18343

This spectacular set of porcelain Wedgwood plates were designed by American artist, Arthur Singer (1917 - 1990)in 1977 for the National Audubon Society. Each plate features a different songbird of the world. These would look beautiful displayed as a collection on the wall and would also make a lovely gift for a birdwatcher. 

The National Audubon Society stands as a cornerstone of American environmental advocacy, committed to the preservation of avian species and their ecosystems. Established in 1905 and headquartered in the United States, Audubon holds the distinction of being one of the longest-standing organizations of its kind globally, championing the cause of bird conservation for over a century.

10 include clear plate stands and all include a certificate of authenticity.

Approx. overall 10¾" diameter x
Approx. overall 27cm diameter x

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