This is a lovely saucer in a pattern that is known as Iris. It was made in England by the Royal Staffordshire Pottery and dates to the early 1900's. It has deep slightly flowing blue around the rim and generously applied gold gilding. The iris flowers decorating the saucer are a slightly lighter blue.
The saucer measures approximately 5 ¾" in diameter and is ¾" deep. The saucer has the manufacturer's mark printed in blue ink on the back. The mark was used from 1907 on. It reads Royal Staffordshire Pottery, Burslem, England, F C.
The condition is good. There are no cracks, chips or stains. They have light crazing as well as some manufacturing imperfections.
We have five available only one has a small chip on the edge.
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