This is the MacBeth-Evans S pattern or "Stippled Rose Band" luncheon plate in clear Depression Glass with a platinum rim. The main feature of this pattern is the Stippled Rose Band that circles the rim. The embossed, 1/2-inch stippled band is intersected in eight places with a single, open rose with heart-shaped petals. Each blossom is flanked by a leafy vine that ends in an upward curl. Each rose in the band is framed top and bottom by a clear, embossed, three-leaf and curled vine motif. The center bottom is decorated with a stippled rose design that is similar, but not identical, to the band. As you run your fingers around the platinum rim, you can feel a subtle ripple to the edge.
This pretty plate measures 8-1/8 inches in diameter.
S Pattern was made by Macbeth-Evans from 1930 to 1933. There is no mark.
As is common in vintage glassware, there are expected surface scratches, and there are several places around the rim where the silver color of the platinum rim has worn away, but there is no other damage to this plate.