Dinner Plate

Lenox Incorporated, Trenton, New Jersey, 1889 - present

Made in Trenton, New Jersey, United States, North and Central America


Porcelain with enamel and gilded decoration

13/16 x 10 9/16 inches (2.1 x 26.8 cm)

Curatorial Department:
American Art

Object Location:

Currently not on view

Accession Number:

Credit Line:
Gift of the McNeil Americana Collection, 2006

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  • PublicationAmerican Presidential China: The Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Jimmy Carter (b. 1924)
    President, 1977-81

    In 1986, friends of President and Mrs. Carter presented to them a service from Lenox China decorated with the gold presidential seal and a green border. Set C. Momjian led the fundraising for the project. Although the china is marked in gold “PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER / 1980,” the service was completed after President Carter left the White House in 1981.

    Set C. Momjian collaborated with Woodmere China of New Castle, Pennsylvania, to design a dining service for President Jimmy Carter’s fishing lodge in Georgia. The pieces are decorated with fishing flies, rimmed with a green band and line, and display Jimmy Carter’s monogram at the center. The pattern, without the monogram, was also available to the public. Susan Gray Detweiler, from American Presidential China: The Robert L. McNeil, Jr. Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (2008), p. 86.