""consulate Of Uruguay" Enameled Plaque R. Dodd"Enamelled plaque representing the arms of Uruguay and intended. An oval shape divided into four quarters and crowned by a sun. A symbolic scale of equality and justice, the hill of Montevideo symbol of economic power, a horse symbol of economic freedom and a beef symbol of abundance. It is in an exceptional state of conservation, except for slight corrosion at the side and top fixing holes, the lower fixing hole is more corodated. The inscriptions on the surface are in relief. It is signed C. Robert DOLD in Offenburg. The history of the most famous enamel plate factory dates back to the early 19th century in Germany. C. Robert Dold, the son of the founder, made engravings on metal in 1890 and installed his own studio in 1894 in Offenburg. In 1900 his company produces enamelled plates for the whole world.