Lexington is one of the most beloved patterns in Red Wing dinnerware. Each of these four Lexington Bread and Butter Plates on the Concord shape, features a large dusty to deep pink hand painted rose that nearly covers the face of the plate. The large flower is accented with a deep green leaf cluster on a background of pale blue-gray leaves. The Concord shape is a rounded square. Made by Red Wing Pottery during the 1940's and 1950's, each pottery plate measures 6-1/8 inches square. There are two different marks. 1) the reddish-pink familiar wing mark used in the 1950's until 1958 that reads "Red Wing Hand Painted" and 2) a dark blue oval "Red Wing Pottery, Hand Painted" with an "RW" in the center used in the 1940's until about 1950. There is non-discolored crazing on all four, and one has a discolored corner, while another has a tiny dark brown fleck near the edge. Please see the photos. We welcome you to enjoy browsing through MaggieBelle's Memories! Thank you!