A set of six very attractive
antique porcelain ( Bone China) gilded dinner plates marked with pattern number 4 / 723 dating
from around 1850. These bright white plates have no makers mark, each has two impressed cross type marks. They may possibly have been made by Samuel Alcock and Co of Hill Pottery, Burslem, Staffordshire, England (1830-59).
These lobed rim plates are 9 5/8 inches (24.5cm) in diameter, small dinner or dessert plate size.There are ten lobes to each plate. They each have the very decorative low relief leaf moulded border that has been further enhanced with gilding with a floral swagged pattern.
The plates weigh a total 2623g unpacked and are in excellent antique and useable condition. One has some very minor crazing.
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They make great display items and will be of interest to any
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