Aynsley Bone China made use of the beautiful and popular Cobalt Blue with Red color combination to decorate this #14752-4 dessert plate. This pretty little bone china plate is adorned with life-like trailing vines of rust-red roses around its swirled rim. The roses are accented with wide shells backed by cobalt blue and an intricate design of golden yellow and light brown scrolls with touches of red. The scalloped rim is gold trimmed.
This dainty plate measures just 7-inches in diameter.
It is marked with the Green Crown above the Aynsley Banner, followed by "England." The pattern number 14752/4 is hand written in black. This mark was used by Aynsley circa 1934 to 1939.
There are two small flecks on the surface that appear to be under the glaze. There are also some places where the color has spilled over on to the back edge. The largest of these covers a tiny, shallow edge nick that does not show on the front, and is really barely visible at all. The pattern shows the usual minimal wear of age. As in most vintage pieces, there are also normal, small surface scratches.
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Aynsley Bone China 14752-4 Red Roses and Cobalt Blue Dessert Plate