This is a very simple and elegant pattern which harks back to Worcester's products of the 1780's. The sprays of gold-outlined flowers have red centers and gold leaves. There is a continuous wreath of flowers and leaves bordering the fluted edge.
The plates are about 8" in diameter, and would work well for either salad or dessert. They are all in excellent condition. No chips, no cracks, no repairs, no crazing. They all ring when tapped. A few slight utensil marks.
Marked on the back: Royal Worcester, Bone China, Made in England, CUMBERLAND. I have read that this pattern was discontinued in 1971.
The price listed is for the set of eight.
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