This earthenware plate is 10" in diameter. It is transfer printed in brown with brown green and yellow enamels. The foliage is some type of Nut tree. There is also a yellow and brown butterfly. This plate is unusual and the mark is unidentified. According Godden's book on British Pottery Marks, this mark has not been linked to a particular potter. It was used in the first half of the 19th century. The plate is crazed, but does not have any chips or cracks. Very decorative.
Early 19th Century Plate, Marked C.R. & Co, with Pattern Name NUT