The (B.W.M & Co.) Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co., Cauldon Place, Hanley, England existed from 1862 - 1904. This set of 3 Dinner Plates are in the Ceres Pattern, a depiction of several stems of wheat tied with a rosette which are joined together by a swag of dots highlighted with rosettes. The color is a dark steel-blue transfer on white ironstone china. The plates measure 10 1/8" across and are marked with the circa 1862 - 1884 "Circle, Crown, B.W.M.&Co. and Ceres" as well as decorator insignia. Also impressed "Cauldon" and "16". There are no cracks, chips, or repairs on this set; there is the presence of tan peppering on the plates and rims from age and usage. A very unique pattern.