Myott, Son & Co. (Ltd), Alexander Pottery, Stokes (1898-1902), Cobridge (1902-1946) and Hanley (1947+), Staffordshire Potteries. The pattern is called 'Petite' and consists of a soft, pastel pink, wide, swirled border with gently scalloped rim. Separating this from the white blank is a ring of medium pink rose blossoms with delicate green and gray foliage. The handles are embossed with plumes and finials are in the shape of open plumes, all highlighted in soft pink. The stamped mark is a shield with two crowns and "Myott - Olde Chelsea - Staffordshire - England". This mark was first used in 1961. The pattern name "Petite" and pattern number "6174" is stamped on most of the pieces.
This is a lovely set of 8 bread & butter plates. The plates measure 6 1/4" across. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; light crazing on some pieces; near mint condition
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