Cost is for both. Two large restaurant ware dinner plates measure 10 1/2" each and are in perfect condition with very slight utensil wear. They are vitrified china (heavy weight commercial china commonly referred to as restaurant ware). They are white with black center bands and a bold design on the rim with the Borel's name on center top. Borel's was a popular restaurant now closed that was located on the San Francisco Bay Area's Peninsula. These plates will match many other patterns by restaurant ware manufacturers. The bottoms state "Homer Laughlin Best China, U.S.A., AAB-11" These date from the sixties (60's). Wouldn't they look great serving up a pile of red cherries or strawberries at Christmas or New Years?