In lifelike colors and shading, the happy flowers on these plates seem to cheerfully declare "It's summer." Each of these W.S. George Bolero shape dinner plates features a cheerful spray of small white flowers with sunny yellow centers backed by deep green leaves.
Made circa 1930's to 1950's, on the Bolero shape, an off-center large cluster of seven white, five-petaled blossoms on a background of deep green and gray foliage dominates the plate, which is then finished with gold trim around the distinctive pie crust edge.
Each white pottery plate measures 9 inches in diameter. The only mark is a green underglaze script "W. S. George" on one plate; no marks on the other three plates. There are the usual minor surface scratches and occasional spots where the gold trim has worn from normal use. All of these are very minimal. One plate has a slight roughness on the edge, but this does not appear to be a chip. Otherwise, these are truly lovely vintage dinner plates. Thank you for visiting MaggieBelle's Memories! Please email me anytime!
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