Here is the beloved Crown Staffordshire Rose Pansy Floral pattern in the hard-to-find Luncheon Plate. Sprigs of flowers including deep pink roses, purple and yellow pansies, and blue forget-me-knots are scattered over the rim of the snow-white bone china plate. A narrow band of gold edges the rim. The plate measures 8-5/8 inches in diameter.
The Crown Staffordshire back stamp, in green, reads "Fine Bone China/Crown" arched above a crown over a cartouche with "Staffordshire/England" below. "Est. 1801" flanks the crown. This mark was used from the 1930s to 1985.
Any gold loss is minimal. Other than expected normal surface scratches, there is no damage to this lovely plate.
Be sure to check Maggie Belle's for the matching cup and saucer coming soon!