Green majolica plates are a type of ceramic plate featuring a glossy glaze and often decorated with floral, religious, or rural scenes. They were made in Italy in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and are still produced today. These plates are characterized by their green color which can range from a muted olive to a bright emerald depending on the type of glaze used to produce them. They can be used as decorative accents or as functional serving pieces.
This particular plate has a grapevine motif and you can see the three spots on the back from where it was fired.
The very center of the plate registers as Pantone 3415