Ulysses Grant 1869 - 1877

The Grant White House china was created under an alliance of an American artist and the considerable talents of France's Haviland and Company. William E. Seaton created a range of floral decorations to grace the center of each plate. Lissac, painter-engraver of Haviland then transmitted these designs to porcelain, adding the same yellow-colored border, as well as the Grant coat of arms to each. During the Grant administration, this china received a great deal of use as the Grants were known for their lavish entertaining.

Ulysses Grant Luncheon Plate
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