Here is a seven and one-half inch plate that was made in Staffordshire in the second or third quarter of the 19th century. It features a border molded with colorful flowers and leaves, with a stylized and majestic rose in the center. This is a type of dish that was exported to the United States in great numbers, so it was probably made with the American market in mind and has been in this country for nearly all its life. Damage is limited to a few touched-up tiny chips to the colors so that it displays perfectly.
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