The glass made by Lancaster during the Depression Era was often a fine quality, as in these Jubilee Topaz yellow salad/dessert plates. The Jubilee cut #1200, is a twelve-petal flower with an open center. A single gently curved stem with bilateral leaves accents the engraved flower. These plates each have three of the flowers winding around the rim. Each gently scalloped plate rim has six small equidistant points alternating with the curves. The topaz color is a clear lemon yellow, deeper at the 3-inch ground and polished foot. Each glass plate measures 7-1/8 inches in diameter.
Made by Lancaster in the early 1930s, there is no mark.
One plate has a 3/8-inch oval-shaped factory flaw in the bottom, but other than extremely negligible surface scratches likely caused by stacking, these plates look as though they were never used.