Here is the Royal Standard Bone China #1445 Rust Brown Paisley Luncheon Plate to match the teacups and saucers that I also have available. The all-over rust colored paisley chintz motif that covers the front of the plate is an elaborate design of leaves, flowers, and paisley scrolls in shades ranging from rust to russet to golden yellow, with a touch of deep brown for a dramatic accent. The scalloped rim is gold trimmed.
This lovely vintage plate measures 8-inches in diameter.
The underglaze back stamp is a green crown followed by the words "Royal Standard Fine Bone China England.” There is a trio of tiny black marks on the foot, and there are also a couple of green artist’s marks on the back. This mark was used by Royal Standard from 1949 to 1966 before the company became part of Royal Doulton in 1969.
Like the other Royal Standard Paisley plates, this plate has a couple of flaws in the form of shallow indentations along the back side edge. The longest is about 3/8-inch and has almost no depth. Each causes a tiny ripple in the gold trim, but the gold is intact. Neither is visible from the front of the plate. These flaws are nearly identical to those on the matching plates in the other colors, causing me to think they were done in the manufacturing process. Other than normal, small surface scratches that virtually disappear in this ornate design, there are no other condition issues.
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