Chance glass of England produced this triangular dish in the pattern known as Sovereign Rose circa 1972. It must have been a display dish since there is very little wear to the bottom of this piece. It is in very good condition, the gold trim in about 96% intact and the roses are a vibrant coral color. There are a few minor scratches that won't show up on film. From the point of the triangle to the flat edge it is approximately 6.25 inches long. While we do not have the label or box to this piece, the way to distinguish this piece is from Chance Brothers in England rather then Houze glassware from the USA is that all Chance pieces have the transfer print on the back of the plate, while Houze glassware has them on the top of the piece.
Chance Sovereign Rose Triangular Glass Dish with Gold Trim