Offered here is the Royal Standard Bone China #1445 Blue Paisley Chintz Luncheon Plate to match the teacups, creamer, and sugar also available in my shop. The all-over blue paisley chintz is a mesmerizing design of flowers and paisley scrolls in shades ranging from pale to medium blue to bright royal blue with a touch of black for a dramatic accent. The scalloped rim is trimmed in gold.
This scalloped plate measures 8-inches in diameter.
The underglaze back stamp is a green crown followed by the words "Royal Standard Fine Bone China England.” The plate looks as though it was stamped twice with one mark on top of the other. The plate also has three pink artist’s marks. This mark was used by Royal Standard from 1949 to 1966 before the company became part of Royal Doulton in 1969.
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 ripple in the gold trim, but the gold is intact. Although these may be old, smooth, shallow edge chips, when matching plates are stacked these flaws line up perfectly, causing me to think they were done in the manufacturing process. None of these is visible from the front of the plate. There are no other condition issues.
There are slight color variations among the matching pieces. The color most closely matches the Royal Blue paisley cup and saucer set, though all of the blues, of course, blend well together.
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